Monday, March 24, 2008


Not the feast. This actually fits quite snuggly into the season of Easter in which we now find ourselves.
"In short, we're meant for more than the sin and death we have come to expect from this life, and it is in learning to love God and one another, in accepting His love poured out in the blood of His Son, that we can become the people we are meant to be."
Fallen Sparrow has been giving us, in pieces , the story of his conversion (reversion?). The above is from the most recent installment, but it's all worth reading.

I think, in my barely cathchised opinion, that this quote sums up, in its own way, the central concept of Christian faith, and what we all must understand if we're even going to approach the Risen Lord and the resurrection waiting for us.

1 comment:

Fallen Sparrow said...

thanks for the link! I like what you're doing here, and I'm glad you found me. Happy Easter!