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Meditation: Maundy Thursday

by | Apr 14, 2022 | Holy Week, Meditation | 0 comments

Jesus washing the feet of his disciples. Quite moving, then and now, on so many levels.

Among over things Christ exemplified love that evening as he knelt down and washed the feet of Judas, a man that Jesus knew was about to betray him. Yet even in that moment, the grace and mercy of God were within reach. If only Judas had recognized it.

Friends… hope is always near, we just need to be willing to see it.

 


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