Christ’s invitation is to live in the power and the love and the light of the Risen Jesus
light and life
When we understand the implications of Grace, then conflict necessarily lives outside the bounds of grace’s covering
They just bloom in the places where light splashes in, they absorb it, and then they share it without holding back.
“Happiest of birthdays, Rebekah. May you continue to live as a beacon of light and hope and peace and promise.”
Children who have worked hard at play all day tend to get into less trouble, eat their food without complaining, and then sleep really well.
be encouraged. God’s Spirit is alive and active and vital, and life-giving here in the Presbyterian Church.
At the heart of this spiritual practice we must be prepared to pause every so often, take a deep refreshing breath of attention, and then simply respond to God’s goodness with a smile, or a prayer, or a fist-pump, or maybe even a small dance of joy.