Sunday, June 11, 2017

The many faces of God; the many faces of humanity

Morning: Psalm 146, 147; Job 38:1-11; 42:1-5; Ephesians 4:1-16
Evening: Psalm 111, 112, 113; John 1:1-18
Anthropologists report evidence of human life in Morocco 300,000 years ago, earlier than previously thought.  We humans want to understand our origins. That quest has given birth to a multi-faceted universe of faiths that reflects the many faces of our humanity.  Christians believe that Jesus showed us God’s face in a human life.  We still struggle to understand this mystery, the mystery of Creation, the mystery of all life, the mystery of human diversity and of how we need one another to be complete. We are learning slowly that, in our diversity, we are one.  And God is one.

Graham

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