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As Health Care Safety Net Rends, A Time for Lament
As Health Care Safety Net Rends, A Time for Lament

By: Molly T. Marshall
As political decisions threaten basic access to healthcare by the poor, we need to let the powerful words of the psalms of lament direct our prayers and heal our wounded hearts.

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The Challenging Message of Lamentations
The Challenging Message of Lamentations

By: Paul Beasley-Murray
Lamentations 1 offers no remedy for the world's pain. It is a chapter of unalleviated woe, full of loss and suffering. And yet, this side of the cross, we inevitably link this chapter with the passion of Jesus.

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What You Can Do When There's Nothing You Can Do
What You Can Do When There's Nothing You Can Do
By: Sam Chaise
When news overwhelms you, you can have several reactions. You can avoid it, feel defeated by it or obsess over it. But when there's nothing you can do, you can lament.
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Jesus Statue Withstands Typhoon. What Does It Mean?
Jesus Statue Withstands Typhoon. What Does It Mean?
Many debate the meaning of a Jesus statue surviving Typhoon Haiyan intact. Is it a sign of judgment or hope? One thing we do know: God is present in our suffering.
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The Pain of Rejection
“Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the city that kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to it! How often I have desired to gather your children together as a hen gathers her brood under her wings, and you were not willing!” Luke 13:34. I am intrigued by this lament, and what it tells me about people who were unwilling to listen to Jesus, and the impact this had upon him. It raises a question I have grappled with throughout my ministry.Why are people unwilling to let others help them live up to their potential and be used by God to make the world better? It appears Jesus even struggled with this question. His only mission was to reflect the heart and character of God and show his people how to live in peace, yet they rejected him[.]
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On the Willows
What we put into the church is returned to us as satisfaction and joy. What we put in, we typically get out of church. And if I don’t bring myself to this task, I will just be a lump of coal sitting on a pew.
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