As we Love our enemies, we become more and more like Christ.
God’s Love is found in unlikely places. It shows up in the shadows. It is there in the valley. It has the same Grit as Ruth’s commitment, and it has the same Grace as the widow’s faithfulness.
If we listen to Creation, God is saying something to us. Creation is the Whisper of God’s Love, which has given us and all of Creation the Gift of Life.
We have before us a choice: to be an accuser or to be an advocate — which, Jonah reminds us, is quite the journey.
We are called to hold each other in common, which always leads us back to what it means to be the Body of Christ.
There is nothing — absolutely nothing — in this world, or in all of creation, that could ever separate us from the steadfast Love of God.
This is what happens on Pentecost, as we remember the Spirit of God blowing through the room and giving life to the Church.
We can simply embrace humility because the love of God simply embraces us.