The wisdom of the cross asks us to see the painful truths, to see the suffering of climate change, not to avert our gaze, and the wisdom of the cross asks us to also see the beauty that can happen even in the ugliest of situations. The wisdom of the cross is that dread does not have the last word. There is always a reason to hope. There is always a reason to call our fellow human beings to stop living out of fear, to stop living in denial, to work with hope for new life.
Holy Communion UCity · The Rev. Mike Angell: The Wisdom of the Trinity What is the Trinity? The Difference between knowledge and Wisdom There is a bit of a joke in the practice of many Episcopal Churches around preaching and Trinity Sunday. The rector assigns this Sunday to some unsuspecting seminarian or assistant. Then theContinue reading “The Wisdom of the Trinity”
What makes a man (or a woman) wise? Wisdom, at least for the magi, comes from listening deeply, staying open to spiritual surprises, and accepting changes to the plan.