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Holy Week Feet

We are in it now, the last race, the last heartbreaking mile. Yesterday we walked with our Lord as he entered Jerusalem’s Eastern Gate astride a colt, like a king, the ground strewn with cloaks and branches. He rides a donkey, not a warhorse. A sign of peace? Of poverty? And why riding at all? A king does not walk, but is carried, or rides? They knew who he was. They cheered. But now the dusty streets have been swept […]

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