We may not be able to tear down an Empire overnight, but the process begins when we play with, question, and ultimately revise an Empire’s foundational myths, unravelling its sense of origins, threatening its destiny without having to lift a sword.
Prof. Bruce Worthington
History continues to show us this brutal truth, just as God’s covenant with Noah continues to warn us: revere this life.
Prof. Naomi Thurston
... it is not us finding God but God, through Jesus Christ, having already found us...Were it not for the grace of God, we would not even be open for God’s grace.
Rev. Prof. Tobias Brandner
Help us to learn from Jesus Christ and live a life like him, to love and serve with humility and mercy. Amen!
Rev. Phyllis Wong
As Jesus rejected the Devil’s colonizing offer of splendour, riches, and power, Lent is a time to strongly consider your own relationship to these things.
According to His time, God always provides His providence and fulfills His plan. Just as God sent Jesus Christ in His own time, Jesus Christ’s parousia (παρουσία) will also happen in His time.
Rev. Lee Sang Yun
Our communal grief is not pathological; rather, it is a healthy response to what has been happening for the past decade.
We ask that God, remembering us, intervene in our history.
We are too easy to be overwhelmed by things around us that won’t go into eternity. We should ask ourselves the same question, “Do we still not have faith?”
Angel Suk-Kwan Wong
... to trust in the possibility of people repenting and God being gracious. This is what makes this passage a message of hope.
Rev. Tobias Brandner