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Musings

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Love’s Choice

by Malcolm Guite This bread is light, dissolving, almost air, A little visitation on my tongue, A wafer-thin sensation, hardly there. This taste of wine is brief in flavour, flung A moment to the palate’s roof and fled. Even its aftertaste a memory. Yet this is how he comes. Through bread and wine Love chooses…

In the Blink of an Eye

In the blink of an eye, those who hailed Jesus as Messiah turned on him and cried out “crucify him!” He wasn’t doing what they expected. He didn’t gather an army to overthrow the Romans. The Son of God did not meet their expectations. And what about now? We hail him as Messiah, yet do…

What Would Jesus Tell You?

Just Supposing…. Tonight, you are at home, in the last hour before your bedtime.   Suddenly, Jesus is there in your room visible, what would He say to you about your week?             Each Sunday, we say that we believe that He will come again to judge the living and the dead in the Nicene Creed.  …

Taking Comfort from the Past (Way Past)

Regardless of which political way we lean most of us feel some concern for the future these days. We are a divided nation with few on either side completely satisfied with the current situation. To whom then can we turn for comfort? In the fifth century St. Augustine of Hippo was faced with a somewhat…