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A Little More Waiting

“Like all those wacky, loveable sinners in the Bible, we are also confused and hurt and looking for a way out of the mechanized violence of the world and into the light of Christ’s Kingdom.”

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Speaking to the Soul: Betrayal

The sad reality is that to be human, we will be betrayed–and sometimes we will be the betrayer. When we have been betrayed, we want to hold onto every bit of that hurt, for a lot longer than is good for us.

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Speaking to the Soul: The Judas Kiss

I thought of a hundred families and and hundreds more this week mourning the pain, suffering, and loss of their loved ones while the familiar excuses of powerlessness to stop the chain of death and destruction ooze up from every direction. And tears welled in my eyes all over again.

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Speaking to the Soul: An Important Question

Judas is our beloved, part of the Body of Christ. Judas is right here with us, in those we love most, and in ourselves as well. The Body of Christ includes the betrayer. What do we make of that fact? What do we allow it to teach us?

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