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December 22, 2007



AS I've been reflecting over the past year and the new year I find myself entering into, especially in light of the path I've followed this fall, I keep coming back to this idea of surrender, the prayer of Mary that says, "let it be done to me as you have said. I am the Lord's servant." Even before I read the commentary below the readings I found myself coming back to this idea of surrender-- submitting to the peace-bringing king and asking Abba to form me into this priesthood he speaks about through Peter. And I think it is exactly right when it says that this sort of kingship is something that we fight against and yet or deepest parts long for it. But my prayer for the coming year is that he would continue to reform me into a heart that is ready for his kingdom, a heart that is focused on being made into the child I was made to be-- in his image! Thanks for all your posts and reminders to reflect at the year draws to a close in celebration!


Robin Dugall

you are so welcome my dear friend and companion in our Kingdom journey!

Wes Ellis

I've been diggin' your posts. Good stuff.
I wanted to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas (I may not get to my computer again between now and Christmas besides for a quick Merry Christmas blog post).
Merry Christmas!!!

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