This is love:
not that we have loved God, but that he loved us
and sent his Son to be the payment for our sins.
Figuring all this out can be wearying.
A little sleep usually helps; sometimes even a lot is o.k.
Fire, chaos, loud noise, crowds, foreign languages –today, sadly, our first thought is destructive life-taking terror. #Pentecost2017.
Fire, chaos, loud noise, crowds, foreign languages – then, on Pentecost, it was God’s creative, life-giving spirit. #Pentecost2017.
Is there something I can do to unleash God’s spirit to change today’s narrative? #Pentecost2017.
Did we even start our own lives? Hint: Think mother & father! Our first response to the light of life was to cry; letting the world know we had arrived. Soon after, life’s gifts and burdens offer opportunities for more varied responses.