Reflection — April 27th
I find this section from 1 John a very convincing piece of writing. John is telling us what he has seen, heard and witnessed first hand. For him Jesus of Nazareth is the real thing. There is nothing etherial, spooky or ghost-like about this story. What he is recalling is not from an over blown fertile imagination. It is what he encountered. It is what he touched and shared in. He is trying to explain in words the sheer joy and love he has known and still does know since living along side Jesus.
The implications of all this is that we too are called to enter into the joy and fellowship of
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