None of the transgressions that they have committed shall be remembered against them; for the righteousness that they have done they shall live. (Ezekiel 18:22) I certainly wouldn’t want to be remembered for the worst things I’ve done in my life. I look back.
Navigating the Road Ahead When I was a boy, our family lived for several years in Guayaquil, Ecuador’s major port on the Pacific coast. Duty called my Dad to Quito, the capital, and he decided to make a family trip out of it. We.
Our Lenten readings today really hit home the point about the importance of having faith without expecting constant signs, direction, or affirmation from God about how we are doing. It reminds me of the challenges facing parents these days, as well as anyone tasked.
In today’s Old Testament reading (Isaiah 55:6-11), Isaiah talks of how God is merciful, looking to pardon and forgive those who do not believe or those who may not live in his image. While doing that, God also acknowledges that we as people are.
Laws! They’re all around us. Social norms, parental rules, rules of the road, laws of nature, local ordinances, civil laws and criminal laws at all levels–all sorts of learned and externally-created rules to live by. Some are meant to keep us safe (Remember being.