Here is Jada’s little teaching on cloud theology. While we have provided her with post-sermonette guidance for parts that were biblically-challenged, we were once again made aware that mortals are seeking to see and understand God.
I am a wretchedly poor little worm.
Thoughts of only doom and gloom.
“Those who celebrate his birth know that this life is not the end of the story. Today, when we open this gift of grace, we are embraced by an eternal mystery. We open a gift of hope that breathes life into us, whispering that death is not the end…. Christ came so that we could fill the empty cup of sorrow with the wine of community and creativity.”
Christmas is the story of grace.
Grace has existed from the beginning of humankind and will continue to the end of history. Grace is epitomized by the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. He centers the story of grace.
Makoto Fujimura in his book, Refractions: A Journey of Faith, Art, and Culture, writes of grace embracing us, breathing into us and inviting us to fill the empty cups. Grace is experiential and Jesus invites us into the experience.Continue reading “Empty Cups”