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Throughout the centuries, the Creator of all things – the God of Gods and Light of Lights, Very God of Very God, this One who is eternal, infinite, immeasurable, omnipotent, the One we worship and in whom we alone can put trust, the One who is to be our only comfort in life and in death – this Lover of our Souls and Compassionate Cradle for our beaten and bruised … There’s more to read here.
I have had a week of world-weariness and I suppose I am not alone in this. Our government can’t seem to balance the budget, wars continue to wage around the globe, poverty and sickness takes the body, soul and spirit of thousands upon thousands of people who are created in the Imago Dei.
It gets simply tiring, doesn’t it?
In Lent we find a season that acknowledges that to be weary … There’s more to read here.
As with most years, my wife and I sat in front of the fireplace and watched “It’s A Wonderful Life.” Perhaps it is because my Scots-Irish heritage goes back to the Bailey clan that I connect with George’s bildungsroman so well. I have to admit that I am a bit of a weeper when it comes to such things, and after years of watching the film (pretty much … There’s more to read here.