The Weekend Word

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8 Responses

  1. Owen says:

    Duane, thanks for this. It’s one I’ll be reading over and over, letting it sink in.

  2. Jean says:

    Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.

  3. Duane Arnold says:

    Owen

    Many thanks… we all need to let it sink in… for a lifetime!

  4. Em says:

    The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us….
    We so need to increase our undrrstanding… We (i) refer to grace and truth with too little understanding of the gift
    Thank you, Dr. Duane

  5. Duane Arnold says:

    Em

    As I said, we all need the reminder…

  6. Outside T. Fold says:

    The implications of the incarnation are filled with beauty. And grace. Specifically, the concept that the fullness of the divine came to dwell here in the full specificity of human life and culture. This affirms and bestows such dignity on human endeavors, including human culture. In light of attempts to excise aspects of human life (no, we can’t deal with that because it’s of the flesh and the devil), the incarnation presses me to engage more deeply, to integrate this place where I am right now with the divine among us.

  7. The New Victor says:

    I’m going to read this to my kids when I get them back in a week. Very well done.

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