Monday, November 5, 2012

Daylight Savings is weird

My second time teaching the crucifixion and resurrection (Mark). We started on Thursday by comparing Psalm 22 to the end of Mark 15--and the fact that Mark does it backwards in order to make us realize that Christ is joining with us to save us. Then today we filled out the physical map of it all, starting in Mark 14, all the way to Mark 16.

The weirdest part had to be going outside after, and there was light. I've gotten so used to living in the dark ever since we've started, that watching the sunlight filter over everything felt so out of place. But it reminded me that the sun always rises, and we will know when he comes again.

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