Where did our hour go this morning? Blessings to you as we changed our clocks to observe Daylight Savings Time – and it looked like the clock got a few people today. We didn’t let that deter our worship and fully participated in the witness of God among us today. News from around the Parish and from our neighbors brings signs of spring – and the first mowing of the grass in the yard. Seasons are changing, but not too soon. We pray you are well and feel blessed by God.
In worship we begin the last of the journey to Palm Sunday and Easter – two and three weeks off. Today we heard about the grumbling and griping of the Israelites in the desert and God’s response to their grumbling. We may be set back by God’s response of poisonous snakes, but God reminds us if we look where God directs us to look we will find God standing ready to help and save us. But there’s still troubles out there to overcome. We are asked to trust God will provide what we need for as long as we need it.
I invite your comments,
Readings: Numbers 21:4-9; Psalm 107:1-3, 17-22; Ephesians 2:1-10; John 3:14-21