26 March 2013

Tuesday of Holy Week

Two more excellent and thoughtful reflections today.

At lunchtime, centring on Luke 20:19 - 40, with the title "Death and Taxes" we were invited to ponder rednering unto Caesar, even when we are not entriely sure that Caesar deserves our respect never mind our rendering.

And in the evning, continuing with John 12, and verses 20-36, we heard of the amazing discovery that seeds from the arctic lupin could germinate after around 10,000 years lodged in permafrost, as a way in to pondering the mystery of the ear of wheat that has to die to achieve its potential and the miracle and mystery of Christ's anticipated resurrection.  Thank you St J R.

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