For week four of Lent, we read from Matthew 26:69-65 and we remember Peter's denial of Jesus.
In Christie Purifoy's Roots and Sky pp. 121-122, she reminds us that we are getting nearer to the day when we remember the rejection of the Christ, not only Peter's rejection, but the world's rejection. How do you participate in the rejection of Christ? What do the last words of Christ have to offer us who are living in the “in-between”? Just as Winter reminds us of death, may we remember Christ's rejection, that we may then, with Spring, celebrate new life.
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"He came to that which was his own,
but his own did not receive him.
Yet to all who did receive him,
to those who believed in his name,
he gave the right
to become children of God."
In this blog, I demonstrate some of the prayer vinyasas that I’ve taught in class. A vinyasa is a sequence of poses, so a prayer vinyasa is a sequence of poses coordinated with a prayer or verse of scripture. It’s my hope that these vinyasas will provide an opportunity for you to draw close to God and listen for the voice of the Divine within you...