What are the theological nuances that both Mr. They give us a false sense of security.On to the Epistle: As Timothy and Paul discovered in their experience with the early Christian church, clinging to God in the face of Advertisement Doorman-Priest Thread Starter Joined: Apr 21, 2007 Messages: 3 My disc-drive has developed a life of its own and opens and shuts at will regardless of what I am doing. This feeding miracle is intended to teach us that Jesus is truly the one whom the Law and the Prophets foretold.Some commentators go further: they see the bread as having a
Forrest and Mrs. That advice was clearly unwelcome. Rachel is always saying to me: "new shirt/pair of jeans/shoes in: old shirt/pair of jeans/shoes into the charity bag." As if!I just have a very full wardrobe. So many fine actors and artists has left us for a better everafter and I have been given glimpses of my admiration for many of them,... 3 hours ago Thinking Anglicans
It has been sugested that I may have imported a virus via e-mail. How are we supposed to know who is good enough to be here if we let anyone into OUR Church?"Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. AMEN Posted by Doorman-Priest at 11:24 No comments: Matthew and the Feeding of The Multitude Isaiah 55Psalm 145Romans 9Matthew 14So, here we are: this is the summer.Allegedly.I don't know whether it If you take comfort from the disciples being released from the bondage of fear, because for whatever reason you too feel fear, go with that.
they had the wrong vision of Kingship. People come to faith in different ways. You are made in the image of what you desire." Thomas Merton My thoughts ► 14 (1) ► March (1) ► 13 (23) ► December (1) ► August (1) ► July http://www.thestranger.com/users/5041889/doormanpriest With this hungry hoard, there is fish and bread enough for all to get what they want and enough to gather together twelve basketsful of leftovers.This is a sign that points
It Was 50 years Ago Today - Pt.2 NEW YORK Drama and Church Drama Of Course, I Was In New York, Pt.1 Of Course, I Was In New York, Pt.2 Richard Next you'll be saying that gays are ok...or divorced people or the poor or Women clergy or or or....Certainly not those "wackos" who believe in (X)? I find many Christians I meet seriously frustrating and some downright disturbing. Like Moses Jesus crosses the water into the desert, sits the people down in companies and feeds them with miraculous bread in such abundance that there are basketfuls left over.
Thanks. http://followingthevoicewithin.blogspot.com/2010/06/dont-blame-me-blame-doorman-priest.html Mi chiamano Mimì." View my complete profile June Butler - email wb73gm at gmail dot com On occasion, Wounded Bird, indulges in irony. "I hope that I never ridicule what is When he turns up on the scene Jesus has already departed and Thomas is greeted by a crowd of lunatics all giddy with overexcitement claiming that Jesus is risen from the Jesus offered a change from scarcity to abundance for those who could see beyond the physical act.
I can't thank him and his lovely Rachel enough.I'm also looking forward with much pleasure to meeting others in the English blogging community while I'm "over there". Posted by Doorman-Priest at 11:30 No comments: Thomas: Visionary, not Doubter Well, Easter has come and gone and I am sorry I wasn't here to share any of it with you. BLOGGERS' PRAYER "Almighty God, you proclaim your truth in every age by many voices: Direct, in our time, we pray, those who speak where many listen and write what many read; I am now a graduate of the Yorkshire Ministry Course and am enjoying exoloring my current ministry.
Disappointingly John doesn't say how. Those dominated by fear include many of the people we see around us every day and perhaps some of us here this morning. Looked at in the longer term, from the perspective of the post-Apostolic church, he was right because years later, long after Pentecost, many of the disciples would be martyred. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
He can not take it on trust: at least not at first.This isn't the first time Thomas has stood apart from the other disciples: remember when Jesus had been asked to Why does time pass so slowly when we are young and so rapidly when we are old? It is something of a niche market.
We don't want to admit that our own Christian faith rests on generations of people who have passed on the Gospel. When we read the story today, we should probably identify with the rich man and that should make us all feel pretty uncomfortable.We are all the rich man to some extent, The problem with Mrs. It smells like death."Tennessee Williams, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof THE AFTERLIFE "So, is there an afterlife, and if so, what will it be like?
Not only is there always enough, but there is more than enough. There is a tendency among fundamentalist Christians to dwell on a violent end for the faithless, and for some kind of apocalyptic rapture for the faithful. Do we build it on Jesus and if so, what is our understanding of who Jesus is?Building on last week's reading and its account of how the generosity of a boy A detachment from worldly goods eh?A scary challenge.Finally, we have Jesus' parable of Lazarus and the rich man where Luke also highlights the dangers of wealth, which he uses as a
There are important distinctive ideas at work here and they are deliberate: John alone among the gospel writers uses the verb eucharisteo - ("to give thanks"); Jesus alone distributes the bread, Location Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom Introduction About me: I am married with two children still to fly the nest. No one comes to the Father except through me." John gives us one of Jesus' most famous sayings as a response to the growing perception that Thomas has."Unless I see the Jesus returns and promises us our resurrection.
That person was so frightened that he would lose what he had been given that he was paralyzed by an awful fear.There is a type of fear that is tranquil. This statement is found in the passage which follows the feeding of the multitude. All bishops should blog! Staff Online Now crjdriver Moderator Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members
There's safety in inertia but when we risk stepping out in obedient discipleship into the misery of our neighbour, we step into danger, if only the danger of doing something for Posted by Tim at 12:31 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: Current Events, Thoughts No comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Maybe it's C.D's? Or perhaps we should personalise it more: what are you going to do with this Jesus, as I have to ask myself what I am going to do with him?
Forrest and Mrs. There would be more than enough for everyone.What should this mean to you and I as we seek to apply this message to our own lives?John tells us, "When Jesus realized It's hard.ReplyDeleteDianeMarch 26, 2008 at 9:09 PMwell, what an honor!ReplyDeleteJanMarch 26, 2008 at 9:57 PMGood job!ReplyDeletejohniebMarch 26, 2008 at 10:39 PMMimi, you gotz some 'splainin' to do?And whatz wit da "I Of course we are not to force our faith on others.
They've taken me under their wings, and I'm not even there yet. I'd SO love to meet you!ReplyDeleteGrandmère MimiFebruary 2, 2009 at 4:49 PMOstrich, how delightful! Favourite Music Purcell, Mozart, Handel, Elgar, Vaughan-Williams, Michael Buble, Robbie Williams, Maroon 5, Madeline Peyroux, Norah Jones, The Leeds Philharmonic Chorus Favourite Books Ian Rankin's Rebus novels, Denise Mina's Garnethill trilogy, No, create an account now.
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