We are all familiar with the story of the first Palm Sunday. But it is amazing how alive these ancient words of scripture become every time they are read. That day was clearly a memorable one in Jerusalem. Everyone was caught up in the excitement. How did it go so wrong so quickly?
One of the challenges about God is that there are so many perspectives on who God is and what God wants. In ancient times in the Holy Land, the prophet Jeremiah spoke of a time when we would be able to be united in our perspective on God. What does he mean?
The research evidence is overwhelming. Those who are grateful live more healthy lives. They are more resilient and their marriages are better! How can we have gratitude and pass it on to others? Is it possible to choose an attitude of gratitude?
This week we celebrate Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of the liturgical year. On this day we think about what it means to have faith that God is in control. We consider how that affects our lives and the way we approach the world. We explore the amazing grace of God.