Faith is “the confidence of things unseen, the assurance of all things hoped for.” Ironic that faith is tested, strengthened when it encounters the unknowable or uncontrollable.
I could spend pages on tangents, addressing our personal liberties, our right to assembly, the reluctance to be guided by experts, and the doubts we possess of this vastly complex phenomena. But before debating these topics, we must sit at the same table – and regard each other’s welfare.
One of the revolutionary changes that occurred in my celebration of Christmas was when I realized that it was a “tide”, not a day
If anything demonstrates how distorted Christmas has become, it is the amassed credit card debt.