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I am so glad that perfection does not mean never making a mistake, but living fully with love. I am so glad troubles around us do not mean that we are being punished; instead they can be looked past to the tastes of glory and the fullness of God. I am so glad that noContinue reading “GLORY ON TAP — 6/8/2021 — HOME COMMUNION — — SUNDAY — —”
I am thankful for those who serve our country and for those who have sacrificed for it, especially those who have given their lives. I am also thankful that many of us will be able to finally see some of our friends and relatives who live in different places this weekend. Sometimes I can thinkContinue reading “Thankfulness!— 5/28/2021 —”
Despite what your professor may think, some things are to be experienced rather than known. I could hashtag some people here, but that would defeat the purpose of experiencing heaven meeting earth in a unsearchable love, energy, mystery. You are invited to join me in Home Communion:
Have you ever felt rejected? Memories of the dreaded Red Rover games loom in my head. I was a scrawny weakling that everyone knew couldn’t hold hold tight enough. Even worse are the job rejections. Maybe love rejections are worst of all. There is one place where we are not only not rejected, but weContinue reading “WELCOMED, ACCEPTED, LOVED5.2.2021 SundayHome Communion”
I like people. I feel like everyone has gifts and beauty to share. Each person is a gift of The Creator and my world is richer by looking for the best in each one. Every life is a life to be celebrated. I find it easier to be in the company of some people moreContinue reading “MARY HAS CHOSEN4.30.2021Friday morning prayer”
Don’t give up. That is one of the clear messages of The Bible; don’t give up. Life is a construction zone, sometimes very full of mess and disappointment, but God is the builder and can convert any failed area into something new. I am praying for the children and for all of us who needContinue reading “KEEP PRAYING THURSDAY 4.8.2021”
This Disciple whom Jesus loved, this Disciple who is going to betray Jesus, who are these people? I had a professor in college who suggested that we are meant to place our names in their places. We are the one Jesus loved. We are the one to betray Jesus. We are the ones Jesus gaveContinue reading “Who are these people?April 1, 2021Maundy Thursday”
When Rev. Dr. Alvin Jackson was the Pastor of Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church in Memphis, I heard him talk about lollipops- different colors, different flavors on the outside, but all the same on the inside. Each of us have our uniqueness and we have the common birthright of Divine Love. We are Lollipop Kids! WhenContinue reading “The Lollipop Kids3.24.2021 Wednesday”
While basketball tournament brackets may have been crumpled and tossed, I am thankful that Jesus invited, welcomed, accepted the unexpected, the rejected, the dejected. I am reminded again that we are to do the same as Jesus.