This month I desire to be still and know that You are God! To marvel in the miracle of You becoming flesh! To be continually mindful that You are a Light of revelation to me! That You are alive and active in me! Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! Loren writes a blog.
While the reading of John 12:1-11 falls traditionally on Monday of Holy Week, this prayer may be used throughout the year. Anointing and blessing God help us to recognize you in all your glory and humble disguises including the poor of the world who are your body. When we meet you may we […]
Prayed at Saint Andrews Scots Memorial Church in Jerusalem . Setting the scene When Jesus came into Jerusalem for that last supper the crowds were singing and dancing. Palms were waved and coats were tossed on the ground—all for the victorious One. Hosanna in the highest. No matter that he came on a donkey instead […]
Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year A Unbinding So dear ones this is the hope of this Lenten Gospel reading. Our sisters and brothers who have been entombed will rise. The question is where are we in the Lazarus story? . Are we standing there paralyzed by the force of our own weeping? Are we […]