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Jan 21

Romans 5:1-11 (by The Rev. Canon Rich Simpson)

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The Rev. Canon Rich Simpson, Canon to the Ordinary Diocese of Western Massachusetts, Worcester, MA

There are some big forty dollar church words in this reading, words like justified and grace, hope and glory, suffering, endurance, wrath, and love. Volumes could and have been written on these words. But the word that captures my own imagination here is reconciliation. We have been reconciled to God. This frees us to be reconcilers in the world, in the neighborhood. This work of reconciliation in families, in congregations, in the workplace puts flesh on all the rest.

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