Surely among the least of the deprivations caused by Covid-19, I note that today was SUPPOSED to be ‘Opening Day’ for our golf league.
Posts Tagged With: Mercy
Today’s find: Course correction
Today’s find: Neighbor
Is it enough?
The question popped briefly into my consciousness yesterday, as we spent some time ministering inside the prison.
Today’s find: O, Mercy!
The calendar says ‘spring,’ but you couldn’t prove it by the hue of the fairways as we opened the golf season this past week. The zoysia turf, still sporting a winter tint, made our league’s ‘home course’ resemble the Sahara more closely than Augusta during our first week of play.
Today’s find: Gimme mercy
The ‘gimmes’ flowed freely in my foursome at the golf league the other night.
Today’s find: Mercy, anon
It’s left me puzzled since mid-week: Who tucked a $5 bill under my windshield wiper in the parking lot outside the local Breadco the other day? And why?
Today’s find: Rejoice
I fully expected to do a little dancing inside the prison today. Alas, it was not to be.
Today’s find: Roiled
At times, I wish Jesus wasn’t quite so good about keeping his promises.
Today’s find: Mercy
It seems an odd choice, for Pope Francis to make today’s feast the starting point for the Jubilee of Mercy.
Today’s find: Raising Cain
You could call it one of my earliest experiences of scripture study—Sister James recounting the story of Cain and Abel for our third grade religion class.