Knoll Knotes


With the end of February and the beginning of March we walk the weeks of Lent and hear, "You are dust and to dust you shall return." This is the truth that starts with a recongnition of our condition as mortal sinners on a path of perishing apart from God. Though we are dust we hope for more, and have that hope built into us. The stuff of this life, the things, our bodies, what we touch all ends, and all comes from dust. This stuff is not the greatest joy or the greatest challenge in our life. The greatese joys and challenges of this life are all bound up in relationships. God's grace. Gods' redeeming is about restoring our broken relationship with God, and with one another. And for that ....



Greetings in Christ!

March and the yearly questions - will it come in like a lion or a lamb? How will it leave? When I was a kid I wanted it to be a lion so we could have more snow days, then as I go older I realized more snow days meant we went to school longer in June so I began to prefer March be a lamb all the time.

As I have gotten older, I realize I am not too concerned with the weather in March, it will be whatever it is and I can't change it anyway. Now I am much more concerned with the Lion of Judah and the Lamb of God, than the lion or the lamb of March.....


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