Friday, June 23, 2023

In all things

After Galatians 6:1-10

In all things, be

gentle, gentle

in reproof and


gentle in bearing

one another’s

burdens, gentle

in bearing one’s

own load. Be

gentle in sharing,

be gentle in sowing

and reaping, and

sow and reap not

from self but from

spirit. Be gentle

in doing good. Do 

not grow weary and

do good to all,

especially those,

like you, called

to be gentle.


Photograph by Margot Pandone via Unsplash. Used with permission.

Some Friday Readings


With Blistered Hands and Aching Backs – Tim Challies.


Christ Walking on the Water – R.R. Rodgers at Kingdom Poets (D.S. Martin).


2 Wrong (And 1 Right) Responses When Confronted with the Shortness of Life – Michael Kelley at Forward Progress.


Iconic Mont Saint-Michel Abbey Celebrates 1,000 Years – National Catholic Register.

Servant of God Stanislawa Leszczynska: The Midwife of Auschwitz Who Delivered Thousands of Babies and Saved Thousands of Lives – Meg HunterKilmer at Church Life Journal. 


The End – poem by Seth Lewis. 

A pair of sonnets for John the Baptist -- Malcolm Guite.

1 comment:

Martha Jane Orlando said...

Above all, be gentle . . .
Beautiful, Glynn!