This week’s New Testament Scripture reassures us that there’s no right way to pray and that God loves us. None of the miseries of this life can separate us from this most central element, that God loves us. Even in the ways we are complicit in those miseries, our deep seeded ties to the powerful forces of oppression can be transformed by the power of God who searches hearts, seeks the lost, sends the spirit to pray with groans and sighs and helps us in our most weakened state. God’s plan is the redemption of creation and we will be restored into the image of God in which we were called into being and meant to live.This week, let us daily remember, nothing can separate us from God’s love, and let us walk alongside others as equals to reassure them of the same.
The song is “I Know Not Why God’s Wondrous Grace.” The sermon, service and this week’s tweets quote and reference Bayler, Israel Kamuzandu, Karen Chakoian, Blair Alison Poage, and David Greenshaw.
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