I Am the Resurrection

The resurrection is not reserved for the future.
The resurrection needs to happen here and now.

We must share in the resurrection every day.

We have forgotten the resurrection and its life-transforming power.

For the most part, Christians have changed their religion
instead of changing the world.
Christianity has essentially become
a private and individual affair.
And the Christian, in most cases,
is only interested in his or her
own suffering and resurrection.

Liberation is found only in the resurrection.


1 Response to “I Am the Resurrection”

  1. 1 krebsjoan April 6, 2015 at 10:34 pm

    This is profound. Thanks Gerry. It ain’t about me; it never was; it never will be. Hard, but very true.

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