In Scripture a covenant is a sacred unbreakable bond between parties that makes them family and is sealed with blood sacrifice. It is binding on the parties even if one is not faithful to it.
Dear sisters and brothers in Christ, how can we find hope during these troubled times? We need to remember the impossible is possible through faith in God’s mercy. With the mercy of God, goodness can flow abundantly.
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One of my cousins sent me this poem. Kathleen O'Meara's poem, 'And People Stayed Home,' written in 1869. I found it very meaningful especially during this troubled times.
With the coronavirus affair driving things so fast and furiously, we need to stay grounded and rooted, particularly in this season of Lent. I hope you all are finding ways to do that! Come back to peace. Find wisdom! Today I did something that always helps me: a visit to places in what has been my second home since I was 10 years old, Centerville, on Cape Cod, about an hour from where I live.