An Ancient Vision for a Present Need

Psalm 133KJV 1 Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! 2 It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even Aaron’s beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; 3 As the dew of Hermon, and as the dew that […]

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When God Tells You to Hush

Some Context A couple of days ago, my oldest child and I went to worship with a friend of mine at the church he serves as Rector. He is a priest in the Anglican tradition. The liturgy for the service was The Great Vigil of Easter. (If you are interested in reading the liturgy for […]

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Easter Sunday

Reflection He is RISEN! Christ is risen indeed! This acclamation and response has become one of the most common used during the celebration of Easter in the Christian Church all over the world. It declares the glorious news that Jesus conquered sin and death. After all that happened at Jesus’s trial and crucifixion, the hope […]

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Lent 2021, Day 40 | Holy Saturday

Reflection “Saturday Mourning” The darkness deepeningOur sadness windinglisting in the waves The loss of friendshipOur life upendingcrashing on the shore The Master descendingOur hope departingfor now, the world is cold Our weight compoundingOur fear increasinga future, left unsure The Lord is silentHis voice is quietWe wait for Easter morn’ by: Victor ScottHoly Saturday (April 3, […]

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Lent 2021, Day 39 | Good Friday

Reflection On that first “Good” Friday, there was nothing good happening. At least not from an earthly perspective. The Son of God was falsely accused and tried in the middle of night. Those who should have defended him fled for their lives. And all who wanted him dead were doing all in their power to […]

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