Luke 24: 44-53; Acts 1: 15-17, 21-26

One morning, a couple of weeks ago, as I was walking down the busy main road that leads from my home to the local train station, a large black dog bounded up to me and began to enthusiastically make my acquaintance. He looked like a cross between a black Retriever and a Doberman, and despite his size, I could tell that he was still a pup – a pup astray in the chaos of the morning rush hour traffic. Continue reading “Luke 24: 44-53; Acts 1: 15-17, 21-26”