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Yesterday I wrote about a person who is experiencing a “that lack of faith” and finding that experience called into question. I wondered what is really going on when someone claims to experience “a lack of faith.”
Forty years is a long time to keep going in the same direction with the same person.
Among the many curious and puzzling verses in the Bible, John 18:6 ranks near the top. John describes a strange scene.
It is a curious picture of “glory”.
Lent reminds us of the part of the Christian journey that is hard work.
For Valentine’s Day here is my paraphrase of Paul’s I Corinthians 13 meditation on love.
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Inevitably there will be a lot of goo about “love” circulating during this annual celebration of romance. So, perhaps it is worth taking a more hard-nosed look at the nature of love as we prepare to indulge in this annual glorification of affairs of the heart.
Fifteen years ago, my mother-in-law was an active, vibrant, independent 80-year-old when she was suddenly struck down by a devastating stroke.
Christians talk a lot about love. This weekend offers an opportunity to assess whether or not we have anything useful or insightful to say.
The epistle reading appointed in the lectionary to be read yesterday has a problem. It stops too early.