Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ready for the Fire

Ditto Jim Hukari’s sentiment from the previous post. I hate to wait. And my dislike of waiting has two dimensions. I don’t like to wait for good things, like the arrival of some nice package or dinner when I’m hungry. … Continue reading

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Advent Meditation

Part of our regular Sunday worship is the offering of a meditation by a member of the congregation on the Scriptures and theme of the service. I’m happy to post this week’s meditation by Jim Hukari on the First Sunday in … Continue reading

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Ready for the End

“No one expects the Spanish Inquisition!” Netflix and a Roku box means that in idle moments I’ve watched a couple seasons of the original Monty Python show. One memorable sketch has a late-coming-home husband protesting to his wife that he … Continue reading

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Personal Touch

It is often remarked that reading the New Testament epistles is like reading someone else’s mail. In a very fundamental way, that is not true, because the faith of the Church from the beginning was that these writings were for all … Continue reading

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