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Stay and Wait

It was a rather somber weekend. On one hand, we celebrated the death and resurrection of Christ because the veil was torn and we have permanent direct access to God. 539 more words



There is more to say about prayer but this question begs a response. And here are my initial thoughts.

Perhaps God desires to be moved, to be affected by our prayers, by our communion with God. 748 more words

God, Beside Us In Suffering

Above:  Christ Giving Sight to Bartimaeus, by William Blake

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The Collect:

O God, powerful and compassionate,

you shepherd your people, faithfully feeding and protecting us. 516 more words

Season After Pentecost

Devotion for Saturday Before Proper 11, Year B (ELCA Daily Lectionary)

Above:  Christ Giving Sight to Bartimaeus, by William Blake

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God, Beside Us in Suffering

JULY 18, 2015


The Collect: 525 more words


And it came to pass, that as he was come nigh unto Jericho, a certain blind man sat by the way side begging: And hearing the multitude pass by, he asked what it meant. 

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Lessons from Lent: Day Twelve

An Explanation of Lessons from Lent

In the next 40 days (29 now because you have already accomplished eleven), the weeks leading up to Easter, the posts on Glimpsed Glory will be different. 8,617 more words

Resolve To Glimpse Glory

(RE)Discovering the Tithe: It's Personal

 “So now I bring the first of the fruit of the ground that you, O LORD, have given me.” You shall set it down before the LORD your God and bow down before the LORD your God. 806 more words