This week, we hear of Christ's final breaths in Luke 23: 44-46.
In Christie Purifoy's Roots and Sky pp. 124-125, she shares some of Christ's final words on the cross. She reminds us of the Psalm that Jesus quotes, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" We learn that this psalm ends, not in despair, but with hope. What is being redeemed or resurrected in your life? How can you proclaim the good news that it is finished, even when all feels unfinished?
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Psalm 22:27a, 31
"All the ends of the earth
will remember and turn to the Lord...
they will proclaim his righteousness,
declaring to a people yet unborn:
'He has done it!'"
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...