Beginning Advent With 'Enough'
In his sermon at last month’s BKB Fall Festival, Pastor Lusungu Msigwa observed, “As I read the te[...]
I participated during Lent this year in weekly Lectio Divina sessions through Wisdom Ways in St. Paul. The readings used were from the Gospel of Thomas and the experience a wonderful way to help me stay quiet and yet share a few thoughts with others during the weeks of Lent.
The week of March 22, the reading from Thomas was sayings #92 and 94. I found myself almost overwhelmed with thoughts and ideas about doors. I remembered the childhood pictures of Jesus standing outside the door knocking as well as the song whose lyrics begin “Knock and It Shall Be Opened Unto You…." The song went through my head countless times during the meditative time!
Here are some recommendations to you after my pondering on doors and how that may relate to our work as people of faith to end hunger:
Words to think and act on as we finish our journey through Lent and live into the promise of the resurrection of our Lord.