A sermon preached at St. Francis by the Lake Episcopal Church, Canyon Lake, TX.The lectionary readings for the eleventh Sunday after Pentecost are here. We are starting with a quiz this morning. If you don’t want to answer out loud, grab a pencil and make notes in your bulletin. Are you ready?What does the HebrewContinue reading “Mind How You Go”
Rest in God’s light knowing that in the darkest of times, we are not alone and can help each other see light and hope and love and compassion.
Years ago when I had to be in the hospital for several days, a friend gave me holding cross. It came in this lovely gift box with a poem that I have long since lost. But the cross is well worn. I still hold it often in prayer. I may not be able to find where I put that all important reminder note but I can always find my holding cross by my comfy chair or on my desk.
It’s not just ok to stop along the path and take a breath and rest, it is necessary and required. Our journey of following Jesus to be the Kingdom people God calls us to be is a lifelong journey. We have all the time in the world. Rest isn’t delaying the journey it is part of it.