This causes me to tremble

From one of the great blogs that I follow, “The Seeker”. I felt compelled to reblog this wonderful piece.

Reflections

Was I there?

At the crack of dawn, when everybody is still asleep, before the narrow streets of Old Jerusalem turn into a market place and become crowded with people, we were there to do the Via Dolorosa and reflect what it was to be there.

Via Dolorosa is a Way of Sorrow.  It is long winding narrow streets of Old Jerusalem starting from Ecce Homo Convent to the Basilica of Holy Sepulchre.  We carried the cross as the way Jesus carried it from being judge by Pilate and the people at the Judgement Hall all the way to Golgotha, the site of the crucifixion.
carry cross

There are fourteen stations that we stopped along the way:

I. Jesus is condemned to death

II. Jesus takes up the Cross

III. Jesus falls under the Cross for the first time

IV. Jesus meets his Mother

V. Simon the Cyrenian is forced to carry the…

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Published by SpeakListenPrayDon'tBeStupid

I am somewhere in Mountain Standard Time. Been working with high-risk folks, for most of my life. Not sure what's next; but it can't be the same thing that it has been. I've spent some long overdue time with my two kiddos, my wonderful & brilliant & beautiful wife. And I have spent some time with the two dogs; mountain dogs. Healing has been happening. I need a new map; a good map. Like many of us, I have been asking God to speak. God has done so, at times. I'm thinking that this is a part of what prayer is. Some days I don't listen very well;, some days I do listen. and I try not to act stupid. I really hope that you enjoy this blog, and that you will be encouraged about God: what He is speaking into and what you are listening to him say. Peace, T

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