Monday, April 2, 2018

Faith is not knowing, yet still accepting

Morning: Psalms 93, 98; Exodus 12:14-27; I Corinthians 15:1-11

When, in the Gospel, they find Jesus’s tomb empty, the world is transformed … the Jesus Movement begins there and then, seeking to comprehend, explain, and share the astounding mystery of the power of death overcome.  There is no proof.  Two possibilities exist, though, after you consider the story … belief or disbelief.  A young man asks a wise man to prove something about God.  He responds with a question: “Do you love your wife?”  When the young man says, “With all my heart,” he challenges him: “Prove it.”  Faith is not knowing, having no proof, yet still accepting.

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