Looking for something?
Have you ever:
walked into a room, and find you have absolutely no idea what you were there to do?
lost your car keys, wallet, or glasses only to find them in your hand or on your head?
misplaced a valuable heirloom or keepsake?
spent awhile playing “spot the difference,” or hide-n-seek?
been in a between time, discerning your next move, call, vocation, steps?
Looking for something can be confusing, humbling, heartbreaking, infuriating, frustrating, exhilarating and sometimes it can just be fun.
Tomorrow, as our celebration of the 200th anniversary of “Silent Night,” continues we’ll explore what it means to look for joy to see what “glories stream” around us. It seems fairly easy to look around at all that is wrong with our world, but what would it mean to look for reasons to rejoice?
I’ll see you on Sunday,