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Palm Sunday Reflection 4-5-2020

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

What does it mean, this good, kind loving young man,-barely in his
thirties- dying for no crime at all. What does it mean and what is it for?
What it means is that God loves us so much that God will withhold
from us absolutely nothing – not even God’s own dear Son. What it
means is that no matter what, God will always be there for us, with All
God’s love and power, comfort and grace.
There are no limits to God’s commitment to us, none at all.
Through this terrible moment in Jesus’ life. God’s saying, “You can
count on me. I’ll never desert you, and there’s nothing I won’t give you,
not even my Son.”
This Passion Sunday is, in one way, a very sad day. Walking with
Jesus on this day can break your heart. But it’s also the brightest of days,
because it tells how very much we are loved, and because it reminds us
who view it from the vantage point of the resurrection that, despite all
appearances, failure, death, rejection, ALL WILL BE WELL!

Palm Sunday Reflection 4-14-2019

Saturday, April 13th, 2019

What does it mean, this good, kind loving young man,-barely in his thirties- dying for no crime at all. What does it mean and what is it for?
What it means is that God loves us so much that God will withhold from us absolutely nothing – not even God’s own dear Son. What it means is that no matter what, God will always be there for us, with All God’s love and power, comfort and grace.
There are no limits to God’s commitment to us, none at all. Through this terrible moment in Jesus’ life. God’s saying, “You can count on me. I’ll never desert you, and there’s nothing I won’t give you, not even my Son.”
This Passion Sunday is, in one way, a very sad day. Walking with Jesus on this day can break your heart. But it’s also the brightest of days, because it tells how very much we are loved, and because it reminds us who view it from the vantage point of the resurrection that, despite all appearances, failure, death, rejection, ALL WILL BE WELL!

What Does It Mean? 4-9-2017

Sunday, April 9th, 2017

What does it mean, this good, kind loving young man,-barely in his thirties- dying for no crime at all. What does it mean and what is it for?
What it means is that God loves us so much that God will withhold from us absolutely nothing – not even God’s own dear Son. What it means is that no matter what, God will always be there for us, with All God’s love and power, comfort and grace.
There are no limits to God’s commitment to us, none at all. Through this terrible moment in Jesus’ life. God’s saying, “You can count on me. I’ll never desert you, and there’s nothing I won’t give you, not even my Son.”
This Passion Sunday is, in one way, a very sad day. Walking with Jesus on this day can break your heart. But it’s also the brightest of days, because it tells how very much we are loved, and because it reminds us who view it from the vantage point of the resurrection that, despite all appearances, failure, death, rejection, ALL WILL BE WELL!