“About the Lord and his grace and faithfulness he spoke freely; about himself and his service he said nothing.”
It’s Easter Sunday! Hallelujah!
Palm branches, a crown of thorns, a wooden cross, and an empty tomb
May God bless you with a restless discomfort about easy answers, half-truths, and superficial relationships, so that you may boldly apply the truth of Christ and love as he loved.
A re-write of 2 Corinthians 4.
Hoping that I might one day find myself at a point where my life is reflective of the truth that God is my only need. That day will be as the arrival of spring.
Living with open hands, mindful of the smallness and lowness of the things I treasure when contrasted with the greatness of God.
A picture of love as a reminder to myself of what love is and the love I know.
Today I raise my Ebenezer. As a reminder that today, too, is a full day of opportunities and blessings. A day that can and will also bear witness to God’s faithfulness.
The challenge to love in the glamorous sense of big dreams, visions of fighting injustice and of bringing light to darkness, but doing so ready and alert that this will necessarily involve the gritty sense of long days and tired feet.
A prayer to be made hungry, where hunger is longing after more of God’s presence.
Words I inadvertently composed in my head as I’ve been working today. I pray that the beauty of this grace, of this invitation to be one of God’s people, is not lost on you today.