Reflection of the Week - 18th October 2022

By Rev Anne Hewitt

Posted in Faith

Jeremiah 31: 33 / Psalm 119: 98, 103-104 / 2 Timothy 3: 14-17, 4: 1-5 / Luke 18: 1-8

The message is clear.

God has written it on our hearts. Persevere in sharing the good news of God’s grace and love, through our words and actions. This continuous message over millennia, from the time of Jeremiah to Paul to this day, reminds us God places faith and hope in our hearts.

2 Timothy 3 echoes our times, where people are ‘itching to hear’ words of hope in ways they want, that are not always best choices or God’s Way of living with justice, in peace. Let us share God’s good news, offering warming acceptance, embracing love, enriching wisdom, while we live with good conduct, persevere with justice and be peace-makers for all.

In the midst of the busyness we are called to, we have the treasured presence of One who knows us beyond our own understanding, and who equips and qualifies us ‘to do every kind of good deed’. How sweet is that?

Source: © Rev Anne Hewitt 12/10/2022

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