Sunday, April 8, 2007

Refinding our rhythm...

so, I figured I should write today in case any of you follow this and take anything I say into consideration... I didn't want you to think that dead Jesus was still dead.

Quite the contrary. As we sais in our church today, "He is risen!"
He is risen indeed...

what has caught me this easter season is a phrase that my brother conjured up while thinking about the events of this week that happened over 2000 years ago. The charge is: "Refinding our rhythm..." I thought it was a genius thought. It brought everything together in my mind this year.

It was as if when I heard the phrase "refind your rhythm," it was like God was shouting to me, "remember who you are!" It begged me to come back to my roots; that is a stripped down person who is only secure in relation to my relationship with my creator. It was so fresh to be brought back to my creator, my saviour, this easter. I thank God for what he has taught me in this very special time of year.

so I don't know if this is against blogging etiquette or what...but if you comment on this, (if you feel comfortable), share with me what you've been learning over this easter time... what has/does this season meant/mean to you? Please share, and if there's enough feedback, I'll post it all on my next blog.



Anonymous said... interactive blog, hey? I'll give it a go...
even though I didn;t make it to church this easter, God still has a way of teaching me when I least expect it.
I'm kinda stuck on fiddler on the roof right now (mostly because I stumbled upon a dvd of it this weekend, and I almost forgot how amazing that movie is!) but at the very beginning, there is a line that caught my attention... the narrator says something about how tradition keeps us balanced and without tradition, our lives would be as shaky as a "fiddler on a roof" but oddly enough the theme of the movie has more to do with change than with tradition. anyway I better get to the point here or else I'll just end up ranting about this movie forever (because I really liked it...haha) it got me thinking lots about tradition and change, and how faith can sometimes seem so stuck in the middle of both, and how it sometimes helps makes it easier to accept and even understand why change happens and tradition sticks around.
anyways, thats just a tiny piece of what has been going through my mind...and I'm excited because I feel like God is going to go somewhere with He's gonna teach me something here. anyways, thats all for now.
(wow..getting all this out of my head and into a more concrete form helps to sort out thoughts, regardless if they make sense to anyone else or not)

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