When we choose God, we choose to love as God loves. We do not love others less, we love them more. We likely will love differently. We may not offer the same goods and affirmation prized by secular measures, but we draw on another currency: grace from the divine treasury.
During this Holy Triduum, by the grace of God, can we put on humility, open our hearts, and risk being as vulnerable as Christ? Only love can forge a new path beyond betrayal.
What we consider our work is actually God’s work—work in which we, the body of Christ, intimately participate.
God is not divisible into palatable and optional parts. We must be all in, or we will come up foolishly empty.
This is God’s work, of which we are given a part. Whatever we do in God’s name, God multiplies.