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See All the People

Press on, for the Sake of the Astounded Crowd

My water fitness class class had me praying with both my body and my spirit on Wednesday, as I thought about this Church of ours, and the effort to move forward, and being pushed back, and surging forward again, and redoubling the effort, over and over and over — and the need for rest and self-care in between periods of intense effort, and how this makes us stronger.

The Questioning Crowd

The message that Jesus delivers to the crowd is not easy — and I can imagine the questions that would be tumbling around in their heads in response, starting with “love your enemies.”

The Expectant Crowd

A world without haves and have-nots, without divisions over race or gender or national origin, a world of creativity and spirituality, of abundant health, vitality, learning and grace. These things, I propose to you, are the expectations — or at least the hopes and dreams — of the crowd in the public square.

The Pressing Crowd

The nets teaming with fish are an image to be placed alongside that of the crowd “pressing in” to see Jesus. The miraculous catch is an object lesson for the new disciples — and it can be one for us, as well, if we open our eyes, not only to see Jesus, but to see those who show up whenever Jesus is doing his thing.