Friday, January 18, 2013

The Confession of St. Peter

All continues to go well with my spouse's recovery from his microsurgery on his spine.  He's walking fairly easily, and though he can't bend over or reach too far, he's fairly self-sufficient--on the morning after his surgery, no less.

I don't have much time to write this morning, but luckily, I have a post up at Living Lutheran for you to enjoy.  Today is the feast day that celebrates the confession of Peter. 

You may be wondering why we have a feast day that celebrates this one act; most feast days celebrate the whole life of a saint.  My post will explain why.

Here's a quote to whet your appetite:  "On this day that celebrates Peter’s confession, let’s look at our attitudes. Are we gloomy people? Or do we bring brightness into the world? Do we focus on the bad news that comes our way? Or do we trust in God’s goodness? Do we live in a fear-based economy or a world drenched in love and generosity?"

Go here to read the rest.

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