A new life floats by the light pressure of providential freedom.
The New Adam barks down evil: “Worship the Lord your God, and serve only him.”
An open ear hears the Lord speaking in both a distant past and in the present moment.
Sanctity is about something akin to a decent human life.
The superabundant righteousness that Jesus commends places reconciliation even above religious observance.
It is pathetic and laughable to observe a strict fast, only to quarrel and fight and strike with the fist.
We die with Jesus and are affixed to him. Deathless life in him becomes our own life.
Jesus is “the great light,” the blazing radiance of the Father that illumines even “the region and shadow of death” (Matt. 4:16).
Woven into God’s salvific calling is the mystery of human anguish.
He that knew no sin became sin on our behalf.