Last month, I saw a side of death I never expected. It was majestic. It is an experience I shall probably ponder the rest of my life. I am so grateful that it came. I realize to some, this thought may seem strange. Strangeness itself has become a sign post to me. The presence of
Today’s reading for many is a reflection on the Gospel account of Jesus driving out the money changers in the temple. And just before it, in the Gospel of Mark, we see that Jesus seems particularly irritated at a certain fig tree. Are the two incidents mere coincidence or could they be part and parcel
Being therefore exalted at the right hand of God, and having received from the Father the promise of the Holy Spirit, he has poured out this which you see and hear. – Acts 2:33 Life for the disciples of Jesus was no doubt marred with questions in the days following his ascension into Heaven. Much
Fire on the Mountain The festival of Shavu’ot superimposes the giving of the Spirit in Jerusalem over the giving of the Torah at Sinai. The two events are forever inseparably linked. SHAVUOT MAY 19, 2018 at Sundown until Daybreak of Pentecost May 20, 2018 On that day at Mount Sinai, there was wind; there was
When I started my journey of faith with the Lord, it began with a promise. I cried our from the pit and he heard my cry. I had cried out before, but this time was different. This time I was ready to believe. This time I was ready to give up doing things my way.