So I know a few of you think that after yesterday’s post that I’ve lost my marbles. How can any sane person equate chores and spirituality? And what does washing dishes or doing laundry have to do with our Lenten Journey? In one of my pre-Lent posts, I asked us to consider Jesus’ question, “doContinue reading “Kingdom Crazy”
Good Monday, my friends. As we step into this week, what are you hoping for? Is your view of the world coming into focus through the lens of God’s kingdom? In one of our ancient faith stories (we read this bit of it yesterday in our worship service), God’s people have a snake problem. GodContinue reading “Look and Live”
Our responses to the events of life come from what we choose to see – our fellow human beings created in God’s image with struggles and joys just as we have or others whom we are in competition with and must defeat in one way or another. If we look for the good – and God – we will find it. If we look for what’s wrong, we will find it.
In Matthew’s telling of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, Jesus says to the crowds, “Do not judge, so that you may not be judged. For with the judgment you make you will be judged, and the measure you give will be the measure you get. Why do you see the speck in your neighbor’s eye,Continue reading “Seeing Clearly”