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Lord, we pray we never find ourselves without hope, without a glimpse of the empty tomb each time we happen upon a cross. Help us begin our daily journey expecting both crosses and empty tombs and rejoicing when we encounter either because we know you are with us. Amen. ~ from the Book of Common Prayer
from the archives
You know him, for he dwells with you and will be in you. I will not leave you as orphans, I will come to you.
Art credit: All photographs this week are by Kirk Sewell
It is meant to be the church’s springtime, a time when, out of the darkness of sin’s winter, a repentant, empowered people emerges. ~ Bread and Wine
Art credit: all space photos are from NASA; all other photos are my own, copyright Elizabeth Giger, 2017
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credit: Thanks to Todd Daly for many of the ideas contained in this post.