Dear God, another Lent and Easter has passed, another commemoration of your greatest sacrifice and love. Another reminder that redemption is not easy nor should be taken lightly.
Spring has sprung and it again tells me what once was lost has been found. Rebirth is all around, hugging the world with its beauty.
As the birds sing I wonder, if we really would, if we really could ever love you. For your love is so vast and wide and deep. You have placed everything around us for a purpose of life giving pleasure.
And we, instead of accepting and appreciating, feel so unworthy that we walk right by.
But here we are, another year, another week after Easter, another chance to see, you have made all things new.
Praise God from whom all blessings flow, Amen.
The Reverend Shannon Meacham is the mother of two exhausting children Maggie and Gus, and she currently serves Ashland Presbyterian Church in the safest part of Baltimore, the suburbs. You can find her musings about any and all subjects on her personal blog pulpitshenanigans.com.
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