…the scribal percision of the bohemians, the nuances of the cateloguing of beauty of the french, the clever sorting of the english, the sturdy steady arm power of the Germans, the mystic continuum of the scots, the wild-eyed heart passion of the irish, the stoic standing of the polish..on and on..these nations, these ethnos, these reflections of God. how they will be reOrdered in His order, and hear their names spoken from The Father. a person is not thier sin. a nation is not its shadow. Jesus came that they might have Life. The specific life of that particular identity, and we are certain that He is able to finish that work which He started. today, we pray for the family of nations–here, from a nation made up of nations, we pray back into our sources, from Our Source!
Looking for Lydia this year!
Finding the Lydias in your life this year… Recall that Lydia was the first woman in Europe to turn towards the message of St Paul.