The year is Marching along… We greeted the new month with a little fanfare in Chuckatuck but, for the most part, things are well and progressing on our Lenten journey. We were saddened to have a member in the hospital after they got stuck in a tussle between the wind and a trash can. But we were able to send greetings and blessings to them as we prayed for their quick recovery.
In worship, we heard stories of God’s connection with humanity and how we are reminded that God’s standard and commitment is what makes life what it is. We are not called to be anything other than in relationship with God. Humanity heard, directly from God at Sinai, how we should respond to God’s love and what God has done for us; even in the midst of our sin. God reaches out to us and holds our hand as God leads us to eternity. How does God touch you today?
I invite your comments,
Readings: Exodus 20:1-17; Psalm 19; 1 Corinthians 1:18-25; John 2:13-22