Grieving with the Head and with the Heart

I find the story of the raising of Lazarus from the dead (in John 11) to be one of the most fascinating, exhilarating stories of the Gospels. Of course it is! A beloved friend of Jesus is dead for four days, his body beginning to decompose, and Jesus calls him back to life. His friendsContinue reading “Grieving with the Head and with the Heart”

Broken Cisterns or Living Water?

I’ve heard Tim Keller describe prayer as “intimacy with the infinite.” This idea intrigues me—the majestic, infinite God stoops down to hear the cries of his creatures. He comes near. In fact, he comes inside. Intimacy: Into me you see, O Lord. We are connected in Christ to the mystery of the infinite and theContinue reading “Broken Cisterns or Living Water?”