Lord who shall be with you in heaven?
They that, work for justice, speak the truth from their hearts, do not speak badly of others or gossip, who have peaceful relationships with their neighbours, who given of their wealth without a thought to repayment, those who do not exploit the poor and homeless for personal benefit and gain, and finally those who are injured, spoken badly of and continue to love. Psalm 15
When our actions are grounded in love, compassion and service to others, and we live in the sure knowledge that in this moment we are rich beyond our wildest dreams, we are living an abundant life in our Lord.
We are living within the mystery of God’s unconditional love.
When we know that all our earthly belongings count as nothing in the vastness of eternity and we hold the assurances of God to reconcile all unto him, we live in balance and abundance with the world around us.
And the mystery of God is revealed
~ Love ~
Love is the most delicate of emotions.
Love is the strongest of ties motivating unto death for the other.
Thank you to Juanita Laverty for her sermon this morning.
Lectionary readings: Genesis 18:1-10a, Psalm 15, Colossians 1:15-28, Luke 10:38-42