Sunday, October 7, 2012

I love sea salt and use it--usually in moderation--on foods like baked potatoes, spinach and pasta. I even use it occasionally to make homemade Gatorade.

I also enjoy a regular dose--in moderation--of change around me and within me. But, when the sea salt canister has been moved from where I usually find it on our lazy susan and I cannot find it, all sense of normalcy vanishes. It doesn't take much to create a mini-crisis of change.

Yet, I find it comforting to know whatever change and transformation occurs within me as I follow Jesus and pray for others is prompted, inspired and shaped by the Master himself in community with the Spirit.
For more on the role of the Holy Spirit as we pray for others, listen to this week's sermon podcast, Praying for Others.