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Maundy Thursday 2014

John 13:1-17, 31b-35
Maundy Thursday is not a celebration for the faint of heart. It is not an occasion, some say, for “exhortation,” encouraging, but for proclamation. 691 more words


(04/18/2014) To Accomplish A Sacred Goal

Many are celebrating Good Friday, today, by observing sacraments of humiliation such as foot washing; others are observing the third day for the Feast of Unleavened Bread that celebrates the exodus and liberation for the tribes of Jacob (who are not yet in covenant) from Egyptian bondage.  775 more words

Duty Of Believers

Never put your washing under a tree

A nice spring day, a warm sun, bit of a breeze

The perfect day for drying the washing outside

How that tree, that one in the photo, lured me into a false sense of security… 67 more words


The 'how do you do it?' Question

Hello there and welcome back to my blog.

For those of you who are only just joining us, I am a 26 ( soon to be 27 year old but hey, who’s counting?!) interior designer for a respectable high end residential company. 463 more words

Reflections on Jesus' Washing Feet.

Since today is Maundy Thursday, I thought I would post an essay I wrote a few years ago (sans footnotes) on the Footwashing Scene in John 13 – the Last Supper. 3,598 more words