There is something fundamental about the human desire to know things. Let me take a moment to assure you, if needed, that you are always “allowed” to ask questions, even about and to God.
We each have things of special interest to us but there are some things with a wider appeal. The three readings from the New Testament this Sunday are opportunities for us to look at how the earliest disciples in Acts knew they knew God, how Jesus’ disciples knew he wasn’t a ghost, and how do we know we are children of God.
This is one of the Sundays where there seems to be a common theme through three of the readings. I would love to hear if you think I got it right . . . or wrong.
“How do we know?” (to download, right click and select “Save Link As . . .”)
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