AnonymousDeleted UserSeptember 29, 2020 at 12:36 pm
What a gift you have shared with us, SueAnn. Thank you for this, all of this. The example of Luther is very helpful here. It seems to me to be such a wonderful thing when your spiritual journey, which is necessarily at times solitary and lonely, comes into contact with the lives of others. Just as Luther was not a solo reformer (there was after all a great cloud of witnesses who came before him and went alongside him, though our histories tend to emphasize individual heroics), your posture of humility toward others in community is inspiring. We see through a glass darkly, but we still see. And with the help of others, we sometimes (though not always) see more.