When we sit down and read through those pages, are we only thinking about ourselves and people who have experienced this world as we have? Or, are we mindful of others who have experienced this world in other ways?
We have misjudged the Movements of God, because we didn’t see that God is on the side of the oppressed.
We resist quick judgement, and we appeal to the Grace of God, because God Loves everybody.
Where in our lives are we pursuing comfort, where what is called for is a little discomfort?
Hospitality has always been essential to the faithfulness of the Love of God.
We don’t have to carry our burdens alone. In God’s great Mercy, God invites, welcomes, all of who we are—all that we carry.
The Church is a curator, flipping through the stories of Faith and holding them up for all of us. And, with each story, we hope to point toward the steadfast Love of God, the Grace of Jesus the Christ, and the Hope of the Fellowship of the Spirit.
What we build in this world that matters the most—things that we can see with our eyes—comes from the things that we cannot see, which always unfold slowly before us.
It is in contentment that we discover God’s Abundance—despite the fact that we are not in control.
There is a transcendent side to what is practical, and in it we see the fullness of the Love of God.