As we get closer to Easter Sunday, it's good to stop and consider the cross of Christ when we can. To help you do that, here is a reflection from Hannah Michels on our place at the cross:

Where were you the day he died? 
Were you among the soldiers scoffing, beating, mocking?
Were you among the women weeping along the way?
Were you among the crowds watching, waiting reviling?
Were you among the thieves hanging, bleeding, dying?
Were you among the leaders washing your hands of guilt?
Were you among the scribes crying out for blood?
No. 
I was a hammer, I was a nail.
Mine was the sin that pierced the side.
I was a voice crying out, “Crucify!”

Amen.

Daniel 


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