- Sunday December 25: The Word Made Flesh
Read the following two sentences. Then invite the words into the silence of your heart and wait for them to speak to you.
“And so we see, God is not
until God is born.
And also we see
there is no end to the birth of God.”
– D.H. Lawrence, God is Born
You may wish to re-read the full reflection here: https://mailchi.mp/coutreach/word-of-the-week-dec25
A blessed Christmas season!
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Christmas passed away in peace and happiness. Hopefully in the coming years we will also enjoy Christmas with our loved ones.</p>
<p style=”text-align: right;”>lolbeans</p>
Sunday December 25: The Word Made Flesh
As the shepherds were doing their “day job” when they encountered the angel, we never know when an angel encounter will happen in our lives. Was she in the form of co-worker, along during Christmas and invited to share a meal? Perhaps he was the UPS driver, arriving after dark, and when met halfway said I was the first customer to do so. Christ is born when we ger still, acknowledging our private disappointments and public joys. Mary, too, must have been privately disappointed at the delivery room, then publicly joyful when the shepherds came. May I be in tune to angels around me this season. <3 linda
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