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For me, especially this year, the story of Cleopas and his friend is unusually comforting.
I think Thomas has gotten a bit of a bad rap from this story
Sometimes things just seem to keep degrading or getting worse. And we find ourselves wondering: When will resurrection arrive?
Two weeks ago I walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. The same bridge that Jonathan Daniels and countless others had crossed as they worked for justice and voting rights.
This wonderful story reminds me each time I read it that just like Samuel the wise man, I too am a poor judge of character.
In Lent we are challenged to remember that even in the wilderness, God is still with us.
Mature Christians can disagree and can still be in relationship.
It's not an easy thing to do and takes some courage to look at our failings and our shortcomings, but it is an extremely important step in making our way toward a more faithful life and a more peaceful world.
I look forward to navigating this new aspect of my life with you.
Perfection can become a harsh standard that creates a sense of inferiority or dissatisfaction with even our best efforts if we use it as a measure of our worth.
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