Here’s my question: In what ways are you fragrancing the life of others?
I hope you understand that I’m not talking about perfume or rubbing someone’s feet. I’m asking about love. I am talking about the kind of love that is absolutely free and will cost us everything. I’m not talking about love that is based on feelings or attraction but the kind of love that is a choice and a commitment by which we pour out on another all that we are and all that we have. I am talking about loving someone to death, and beyond.
I’m asking you to look at how you love in light of Mary and Judas. Let them be the lenses through which you look at yourself. Continue reading Fragrancing Life – A Sermon On John 12:1-11
What really matters to you? What really matters for the life you want to live? What matters so much to you that when it is ignored, forgotten, denied, covered up, it becomes the matter with you? Like when someone asks you, “What’s the matter with you?” not in a negative, critical way but in a caring, concerned way. What really matters to you? Continue reading What Really Matters? – A Sermon On John 12:1-11 For Monday In Holy Week
The collect and readings for Monday in Holy Week May be found here. The appointed gospel is John 12:1-11. Six days before the Passover Jesus came to Bethany, the home of Lazarus, whom he had raised from the dead. There they gave a dinner for him. Martha served, and Lazarus was one of those at the table with him. Mary took a pound of costly … Continue reading A Sermon for Monday in Holy Week, John 12:1-11