But the Word comes nevertheless, not in an earthquake or fire or rushing wind, but in this man, Jesus the Christ. And he offers himself to us; eat from me, drink from me.
Look to the example of Jesus Christ, shape your thoughts deliberately so that your feelings will follow, and trust that the Holy Spirit will give you the joy that comes from doing what you uniquely can do as you explore how to be a witness to the beauty of God’s love in a hurting world.
He is at work in you and me, gifting, equipping, empowering, and shaping us to work alongside him in accomplishing the work he is doing.
Often we can catch glimpses of heaven through seemingly insignificant things.
John Drury presents his paper “Toward a Wesleyan Theology of Ordination.”
Today, may God’s grace tame our tongues. May we speak grace to one another. May we speak grace to those we agree with, and to those we don’t agree with.