<<Return to Advent Meditations page Psalms 25; 9, 15; Amos 7:1-9; Matt. 22:23-33; Rev. 1:1-8 A plumb line is a cord with a weight on its end used to determine verticality. In Amos we find the use of the plumb line as a standard of living justly and righteously. At the very heart of our … read more
James 2:1-9 Who Is My Neighbor?
“But I was her slave and I suppose she did not recognize me as her neighbor.”
Let us pray. O Holy One, may only your words be spoken, may only your words be heard. Amen.
The Rev. Glenice Robinson-Como currently serves Christ Church Cathedral in Houston, TX as the Canon Pastor. Ms. Robinson-Como received an MDiv from Southern Methodist University and a Diploma of Theological Studies from Seminary of the Southwest in 2010.
Fifty years ago, the civil rights act was enacted as a means of ending discrimination. Today we stand at its anniversary perhaps pondering the question how much has really changed? As I reflect upon those she-roes and heroes who lived and died for the sake of freedom, I tremble at the same time about events in Florida and throughout the world. These are reminders that we must continue to move forward until the bells of liberty clang loudly and until truth and mercy pours out into all people in all places.