Monthly Archives: February 2016

Lent III

In writing about Jesus artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985) imagined ‘Christ’ in two ways. As ‘the great poet whose poetical teaching had been forgotten by the modern world’ and as ‘the true type of the Jewish martyr.’  In depicting numerous crucifixion … Continue reading

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Put Those Wretches to a Miserable Death

“They said to him, ‘He will put those wretches to a miserable death, and lease the vineyard to other tenants who will give him the produce at the harvest time.’ Jesus said to them, ‘Have you never read in the … Continue reading

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Sometimes, I Could Just…

I suspect that it will come as no surprise to you when I say that driving in the DC metro area is not one of the reasons that Chris and I moved up here a couple of years ago. In … Continue reading

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Mercy

Almost any day of the week, you can find people streaming through the doors of my church and heading, not toward the sanctuary, but toward the basement. That basement is the home of the Opportunity Shop, a thrift shop that … Continue reading

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I Love YouTube

YouTube – I love it! This is another Cup born out of the confinement during the January blizzard. I’ve been working with computers since before the first IBM PC, ever since the Customs Service sent me to systems analysis school … Continue reading

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Children’s Chapel: An Ode to Joy and Oh the Magic!

I will put My law within them and on their heart I will write it; I will be their God and they shall be my people… Jeremiah 31.33 On Valentines day, which was also the first Sunday of Lent this year … Continue reading

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Fierce Love: Week Two

This Lent, Jim Quigley and Deborah Meister are collaborating on a series of forums that use poetry and the visual arts to explore spiritual themes of Lent. Because there will be no forum this week, and because we fell in love with … Continue reading

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