Welcome to this week’s episode of Tea With Two Revs, joining me at the virtual coffee table for the final time in this block is my good friend Michelle Eastwood. This week we dive head long into Proverbs 31. A truly transformative reading when given the time to unpack it appropriately. We read this along side Mark 9 and James 3 as we continue to celebrate the voice of Wisdom we hear from these readings. Join us today as Michelle helps me grapple with the words of wisdom from Proverbs and more.
Our readings from the lectionary for the week can be found here.
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Happy are those who do not follow the advice of the wicked, or take the path that sinners tread, or sit in the seat of scoffers but their delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law they meditate day and nightPsalm 1: 1-2
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The Work of Uniting World – Mircolending projects
I spoke with Nicolas Duran, the Donor relations Manager at UnitingWorld who said…
Every year since 2010, we have provided micro enterprise training and support for 300 families, and WASH training, toilets or clean water for 100 families, we continue to support our partner MBM also with COVID response activities.”
Editor: The linked article above comes from earlier in 2020. This is a staggering and wonderful contribution that is being made is such small ways for us, and yet has such a wide ranging and significant impact for so many.
Daily Offerings for Dwelling in God’s Word
Pathways To God This is a wonderful resource full of spiritual exercises you can practice to be fed and nourished. I was particularly taken with this page which is an 31 day opportunity to meditate on God’s word using different Ignatian ways to pray. Day 21 is an examen in gratitude.