Sunday, June 10, 2018
The readings today plead with us to live properly here and now. It does not matter the evil we did in the past.
It reminds me of what my father's friend John Kilker said to him one hundred years ago. The pastor had sent John and my Dad out to collect for a new church door to door. Each of the old timers they met talked about what they had done for the church in the past. To all of this John Kilker said, "It doesn't matter what you used to be, it's what you are today."