Today is Maundy Thursday, traditionally the day when Christians remember the Last Supper, and each Communion celebration is a copy of this event. But many churches also remember another of the events of that evening - when Jesus washed the disciple's feet. It was a common occurence at that time, when people walked the dusty roads, but it was usually done by servants. It is sometimes repeated by dignatories as a sybol of serving others. This year many are unable to attend this service, but there is nothing to stop us showing service. Then there is the other side - accepting...
Abram and the Littlest Engine.
The Old Testament describes faith, when telling the story of Abram (later Abraham) as 'deciding to live, not on the basis of what he saw he couldn't do but on what God said he would do'
Since before the first lockdown I have had a dodgy leg, painful and liable to give way at any time. But I have learned to cope with that.
This though, all started last week with a visit to the dentist - 3 extractions!
A summary of the slide into depression - or not?