It is the LORD who goes before you.
He will be with you; he will not leave you or forsake you.
Do not fear or be dismayed.
Deuteronomy 31:8 (English Standard Version)
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Message from Elizabeth
We begin our second week in Lent, still mindful of Jesus being in the wilderness.
Throughout the scriptures, the wilderness represents a place of preparation, a place of waiting for God’s next move, a place of learning to trust in God’s mercy. The Gospel accounts of the temptation of Jesus tell of the forty days and nights Jesus remains in the wilderness, without food, getting ready for what comes next. I wonder if there is, in a simple way, a parallel with our waiting in lockdown; a period which could be described by many as a time of ‘wilderness’. We have for some time been unable to meet in a way which many of us have been used to. We have been unable to fully use our buildings, host courses and events, and invite people into our space.
As we begin to see light at the end of the tunnel, may we continue to be open to the ways God is meeting and preparing us as disciples today.