Friday, October 19, 2018
What Mountains? Revolutionary.
This past week, my the flight path home to Philadelphia placed us over the Alps. I sat in awe and reverence of God’s creation as the light of the setting sun blanketed the peaks. The enormity and the majesty. "By the word of the Lord the heavens were made.... For he spoke, and it came to be; he commanded, and it stood forth" (Psalm 33:6, 9).
As we banked toward the west, I called to mind the courage and daring of many who have stood at the base of the mountains and were determined to find a way over the mountains. I must say, I admire courage. JAs this beautiful view receded, I thought of Hannibal’s words “mountains? What mountains? (The attributed quote was “we I will either find a way or make one.) People like to preach fear, timidity, safety. Let’s be bold and cast fear to bins of history. Jesus tells us to “fear not.”
At the sight of the mountains, I thought of our beloved Diocese of Pennsylvania...what mountains? What obstacles?
Revolutionary. Yes, we are revolutionary.
Let us go forth and preach the Risen Christ. Let go change the world in His name.
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