In The Flood: What We Do Understand When God’s Voice Thunders And We Don’t Understand

In The Flood: What We Do Understand When God’s Voice Thunders And We Don’t Understand

PTSD-like, I jolt upright, eyes saucer-wide in midnight’s strobing light. At a single crack, I’m on high alert, as the thunder rolls and the lightening strikes. As the rain pours down, again. Because it used to be that I’d snuggle cozy undercover in a thunderstorm, as the rain poured down. But that all changed last week….

Bid Envy Cease

“Envy” panel, from Hieronymus Bosch’s, The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things, c. 1500  Both the service and the reward are all of grace. The service itself is given us of God, and God rewards the service which he himself has given. We might almost speak of this an an eccentricity of grace……