Boulders in Rivers

Fri, 24/11/2006 - 10:26 -- James Oakley

Thanks to Graham Wintle for this one: friend, my vicar 10 years ago, now at St Stephen’s Willoughby in Sydney

A stone can affect a river in one of two ways. It can cause the waters to ripple – in slight, but intriguing ways. Or it can be a large boulder that diverts the entire course of the river.

(A comment about when you find a detail in a passage of Scripture that doesn’t seem to belong there).

My recent experience with the need to remember this:

1. Luke 17:20-37. What are the eagles doing there in the last verse?
2. Exodus 25-31. Why do all the instructions about the tabernacle end with a command about the Sabbath?

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