A Reconciliatory Prayer
Updated: May 12
Holy spirit wash over the words of this sermon so that justice may drip from every letter, love may linger on every comma, and grace may swell in every space.
May all those who hear my voice today, approach it with a question, wrestle in it’s meaning, but most of all, may we seek to find even a single shard of your divine form within every syllable.
May you, my fierce mother in heaven, instill all people with a sense of urgency, moving all stagnant feet into a marvelous march, all bodies into holy protest, and all hearts out of complacency and into a state of active prayer which engages the past, dwells in the present and yearns for a future in which we all may thrive.
It is in your Holy Name that I pray,