Third Sunday of Easter
Is it not the case that there are times when we are so caught up with our own concerns, problems, worries, regrets, hurts and anxieties that we fail to recognise the presence of Jesus in our midst? Yet it was precisely for this that He died and rose again: to draw us up out of our quagmire experiences and those crippling dark moments.
So let us pray to Him … Give yourselves time and space to pray today’s Psalm (15:1-2.5.7-11.R.v11). Make time to hear Him speaking to us. Reach out to receive the Bread of Life.
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