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The cross presents a bleak and painful picture. It is tempting to look away in despair in the face of this darkness. But, when I continue to behold the pain, I find light begins to break through.

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As the sombre observance of Good Friday approaches it is important to reflect on the horrifying reality of the cross which stands at the centre of Christian faith.

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Clearly, the young woman who asks Brother Luc about love near the beginning of the film “Of Gods And Men” is pondering how she might know in her life the presence of real love in its romantic form.

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When a young village woman of Tibhrine asks Brother Luc,

How do you know when you’re in love,

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Other than casual interaction, the first real conversation that takes place in the film “Of Gods And Men” occurs fifteen minutes into the movie.

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The cost of love is the inevitability of loss.

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Yeshua says: Those who do not hate
father and mother
cannot be my students.

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Yeshua says: Many times you have desired to hear these words,
I speak to you, and you have no one else from whom to hear them.

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The Spirit of God dwells within human beings.

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Dear Molly,

Last Sunday in church you asked me a really important question. I’m afraid my answer was not nearly as good as your question. I hope you will let me try again.

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