We worry about those that usually don’t have voices to talk on their own, and we’ll join hands.

We worry about those that usually don’t have voices to talk on their own, and we’ll join hands.

[music: “Careless Morning” by Blue Dot Sessions]

Tippett: i do want to bring, for starters last time, a vocals from our digital room. Concern was: “What might it seem like for the church to be a prophetic witness, target brokenness of our country and globe?” and I also think we’ve been delving into that, but this actually follows in that: “How do we hold our traditions that are own for honoring that training, and just just what do each one of you search for through the other traditions to aid in this work?”

Rev. Curry: Well, I’d get back to Micah. Just what does the Lord need of you but to complete justice, to love mercy, and also to walk humbly along with your Jesus? There clearly was, into the Christian and also the Jewish traditions, a conviction that is fundamental Jesus cares about — just like the old track stated, “His attention is in the sparrow, and I also understand he watches me” — that God is passionately concerned with the well-being of their young ones and that material in Matthew 25, into the parable associated with the final judgment, the sheep while the goats, where Jesus is worried about “did you feed me personally once I was hungry? Continue reading «We worry about those that usually don’t have voices to talk on their own, and we’ll join hands.»