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Richard L. Floyd
Today's passage is a humble little one I have never really noticed before. I love that about Scripture, when new gems previously overlooked shine for us.
Jesus wants you to go to Galilee. He will see you there.
Today, I need God, and every scrap of reason I can muster tells me that God is not coming.
Most of our spiritual progress, at least once we reach adulthood, is made by lurching from crisis to crisis, grief to grief, and somehow surviving all of them.
When death has the final word life is either a cheap gift expiring quickly or our only shot at an eternity's worth of meaning. It's all or nothing.
Some of us imagine God is an artist.
Mary was an odd pick for the job of "mother of God."
Emily C. Heath
What if this year we heard every story of Holy Week?
If you have never marched behind a band while waving to adoring crowds and proclaiming the good news of God's love, put it on your bucket list.
When preachers speak about God we should distinguish between things that do not make sense and things we cannot make sense of.