Many Rich Men/Women
Amoos 6:1 a., 4-7; Ps. 42, Luke 16-19-31
The Mayor is concerned about getting the American Cup back, giving tech industries tax breaks, a columnists wrote how "poor people" can no longer live in San Francisco. Today the Old Testament and Gospel hit home--and the question I raise is a midst the cries for helping the poor the homeless, where is the sacrifice of those who have the money to give, to reach out and give of themselves, and Amos is a reminder that ultimately the poor will be justified, and that we are all held accountable for the way we spend our money, we treat people. Psalm 42 this week speaks to me, it reminds me that God is in the midst of life, that he supports, and sustains, and it reminds me that I will draw my last breath doing what I do. Deo Gratias! Thanks be to God!
The Veg Blog--Dr. Will Tuttle
All of us are celebrations of infinite mysterious Spirit, deserving of honor and respect. If our religions don’t emphasize this and include all of us, it’s time to replace them with spiritual teachings and traditions that do.