Monthly Archives: May 2011

Broadening Our Vocabulary

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: Only the good doubt their own goodness, which is what makes them good in the first place. The bad know they are good, but the good know nothing. They spend their lives forgiving others, but they … Continue reading

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The Missing Peace

Ichi Ikeda (Japanese, born 1943) mixed media with photographs 66 x 52 x 20 in. . . The San Antonio Museum of Art has an exhibit entitled,  The Missing Peace.  I am a fan of mysteries and puzzles.  The Missing … Continue reading

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The Good Shepherd

May 15, 2011 was Good Shepherd Sunday.  It could have also been called Jesus as the Gate Sunday.  I was thankful that in my studies I read Rick Morley’s post on his blog A Garden Path as well as discussing … Continue reading

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Walking the Labyrinth – Walking Prayers

A labyrinth is a complex path that doubles back upon itself, leading to a center in a way that is not obvious.  There is a tradition in the Christian church of walking this path while praying.  The labyrinth can be … Continue reading

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The Quiet Garden Movement

I recently learned about  The Quiet Garden Movement which began in the UK and is now over the world.  It is, according to the website, “a simple ministry of hospitality and prayer.”  Amazingly, people will offer their gardens to be … Continue reading

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Prayer for Peace for the National Day of Prayer

Today is the National Day of Prayer.  We met as an assembly of many churches today and prayed for many topics of concern.  My topic was Peace.  As I was praying about just what to say, I thought about some … Continue reading

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The Bishop of London’s Sermon

In its entirety from the Royal website. The Bishop of London’s Sermon 29th April 2011 “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.” So said St Catherine of Siena whose festival day it … Continue reading

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