Monthly Archives: November 2011

Daily Meditation: November 30, 2011

Spiritual Bodies In the resurrection we will have spiritual bodies. Our natural bodies came from Adam, our spiritual bodies come from Christ. Christ is the second Adam, offering us new bodies not subject to destruction. As Paul says: “as we … Continue reading

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Daily Meditation: November 29, 2011

Our Lives, Sowing Times Our short lives on earth are sowing time. If there were no resurrection of the dead, everything we live on earth would come to nothing. How can we believe in a God who loves us unconditionally … Continue reading

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Daily Meditation: November 28, 2011

Our Mortal Bodies: Seeds for the Resurrection Our mortal bodies, flesh and bones, will return to the earth. As the writer of Ecclesiastes says: “Everything goes to the same place, everything comes from the dust, everything returns to the dust” … Continue reading

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Daily Meditation: November 27, 2011

Having Reverence and Respect for the Body In so many ways we use and abuse our bodies. Jesus’ coming to us in the body and his being lifted with his body in the glory of God call us to treat … Continue reading

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Daily Meditation: November 26, 2011

Wounds Becoming Signs of Glory The resurrection of Jesus is the basis of our faith in the resurrection of our bodies. Often we hear the suggestion that our bodies are the prisons of our souls and that the spiritual life … Continue reading

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Daily Meditation: November 25, 2011

The Hidden Resurrection The resurrection of Jesus was a hidden event. Jesus didn’t rise from the grave to baffle his opponents, to make a victory statement, or to prove to those who crucified him that he was right after all. … Continue reading

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Daily Meditation: November 24, 2011

Waiting to Be Lifted Up With Christ Waiting for Christ’s second coming and waiting for the resurrection are one and the same. The second coming is the coming of the risen Christ, raising our mortal bodies with him in the … Continue reading

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