Monthly Archives: April 2012

Remember Playing Dress Up?

I don’t imagine that most of us remember doing such a thing as children. But, we might remember it of our own children or our grand children. There was that day that they snuck off into Mommy or Daddy’s closet, … Continue reading

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The Church, a gift from our Lord Jesus?

As I pointed out a couple of weeks ago, there was great personal danger in being too closely identified with the crucified.  Because as the cross stands as the sign of man’s inhumanity to his fellow human beings, it is … Continue reading

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Remembering Jesus in your hectic daily schedule

It has been a couple of very busy weeks here at Saint Paul’s. We’re hosting a convocation meeting for the Northern Tier and West Branch Convocations; a Luncheon honoring volunteers with Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Hospital; there’s the Ladies’ Guild, a … Continue reading

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The Church: Institution or Body of Christ?

There was great personal danger in being too closely identified with the crucified.  Because as the cross stands as the sign of man’s inhumanity to his fellow human beings, it is that place where an unattractive truth about humans is … Continue reading

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Easter–it means more than you think

Often, and with far too much frequency have you heard me read these solemn words from the Book Job: “I know that my redeemer liveth and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth; and though this … Continue reading

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