Tag Archives: Isaiah

In the Beginning There Was Hope

My reply to the question “What do you want for Christmas?” started as a joke.  “World Peace.” But why joke about it? Why not wish for it in earnest? The human race has never been particularly drawn towards peaceful resolution … Continue reading

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The Peaceable Kingdom

Yesterday, I met with a colleague and a group of parishioners to explore the writings of Isaiah. Isaiah is a prophet whose words we hear often at Christmas and often during Holy Week; he has given us enduring images both … Continue reading

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“I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?”

If you will permit me, I am writing my Daily Cup entry with not so much Friday on my mind, but Saturday.  The quote from Isaiah (Isaiah 43:19), which is the title of this Daily Cup entry, has been on my … Continue reading

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