God Now Interrupts Your Regularly Scheduled Life

RCL Reflection, 2nd Sunday in Lent, Feb. 25, 2018
The terrifyingly good news infused through this week’s lessons is simply that God breaks in, usually when we least expect it, and invites us to live and love and walk in ways we wouldn’t imagine or choose on our own. We may fall on our faces, like Abram did, but we don’t get to stay that way; we get up, take up our cross, and follow Jesus into real life. (Photo: Loco Steve, Creative Commons)

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