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“Where did Jesus go?”

I like that thought too: that even though I can’t really see Jesus or touch him or talk to him, I know he’s still here. I feel his love in worship. I experience his goodness through loving my neighbors. I taste and touch his grace in bread and wine.

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Jesus the Gardener

Both the lectionary readings and the Daily Office readings for Holy Week tell again and again how Christ Jesus was seen after the Crucifixion. The

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Gum Up The Works

Honestly, I do think that surviving this world with your soul intact is the most heroic thing we can do. When you embark on that journey, though, all the forces of darkness will try to crush you

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A Call to Adventure

In the meantime, you and I will encounter a lot of things we don’t understand. There will be miracles which challenge our scientific world views, and statements that leave us aghast that Jesus would say such a thing.

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Hero of the Moment

After seeing the ‘Dunkirk’, I stumbled upon the saying: Failure isn’t fatal and success isn’t final. Which seemed to encapsulate the feeling that the movie had evoked.

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On this long, dark, winter night as we wait for the light of the world to be born consider that the light might be in you and that you might be what the world most needs.

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A Sign

He reminds them that they know how to interpret the signs of the sky – whether it will be a rainy day or a fair one.  Why can’t they interpret the signs of the times?

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It is the ‘Blessed is…takes no offense’ structure of the verse that perplexes me. I am blessed if I take no offense in what Jesus says and does?

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A Tale of Two Storms

We are all out sailing on the sea of life. As you consider your own journey, the storms you’ve passed through, or the storms you may be in the midst of, may God bring you out of your distress.

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