Abraham and Sarah are agents of the amazing things God will do. God can do amazing things with empty pots.
Jesus sounds harsh, but is telling us that the way to safety goes through danger.
God has always been committed to God’s creation from the beginning, but now God’s commitment has intensified.
Delivered by Dennis Hett
To see the glorified Jesus gives us courage in the midst of our discouragement, give us courage in the midst of our "foolishness."
There is something healing about relationships, about appropriate touching. There is power in touch, in nearness, in intimacy to make people whole again. A life of discipleship is a ministry of healing.
If we aren't astounded and amazed by what Jesus is doing in the world, then we aren't paying attention. We need to keep our eyes open to see the stories. We need to hear the stories.
The Bible is filled with stories where marginalized people break repressive silence and speak against it.
When we are silent, are we not being silent about God’s grace, mercy, and love for all of God’s people!
Responding to God’s call is a “come and see” adventure.
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Will we fulfill the mission that God has given us in our baptism?
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First Sunday of Advent - If the story of the birth of Christ is our favorite movie, then today’s Scripture reads like the movie trailer for a suspenseful, action-filled, ominous plot titled “Advent Apocalypse.”
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