Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

I pray not only for these, but for those also who through their words will believe in Me

John 17:20
Acts 7:55-60; Psalm 97:1-2,6-7,9; Revelation 22:12-14,16-17,20; John 17:20-26

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Seventh Sunday of Easter, C

Some years ago, the pollster George Gallup was asked to comment on what his polls were saying about “the correct state of religion in America.” What he said, in part, seems as relevant today, as ever …

The two major trends really are a search for depth in our society – people seeking spiritual moorings — and the search for relationships. People need to rediscover each other… We are fragmented. Families have split apart.

Mr. Gallup went on to describe many American Church-goers as assenters rather than believers: They assent to faith. They assent to the beliefs which one so meant to believe, but they don’t necessarily believe them. If you consider that a belief is something to be acted…

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