Lent & Autumn

Mar 9, 2014

It is Lent and, at least here in New Zealand, it is also Autumn. It is different in the northern hemisphere where it is springtime, but I like our southern match. You might find this brief video clip a helpful reflection on Lent and Autumn…

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  1. My elderly computer doesn’t do videos but outside the gutters are full of leaf-fall and some trees
    are already bare, in expectation of winter. Winter is often seen as a symbol of dormancy and death. Jesus reminds us that in fact, winter is preparation for the season of greatest growth. He demonstrated that truth, and some of us have learned to love winters.

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