Vulnerablilty

14 Apr

Over the course of what was a difficult easter due to illness (matthew and Jo) and not really making it for any length to any of our easter activities this quote below that I saw an old colleague had put up on facebook has been the thought that has stayed with me.

“And of course among those who had their feet washed was Judas. That’s the vulnerability of love, it’s openness to betrayal. But with that openness and danger goes something you don’t get any other way … glory and love … joined forever in the Servant, son of man, the wounded, betrayed but victorious Jesus …” — Tom Wright

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