He is Risen - he is Risen Indeed!
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The world waits in silent anticipation.
For this, most solemn day of the Christian year.
As we enter into the Easter Triduum, Keble's poem for this day.
For the Wednesday before Easter, Keble on Daniel.
Keble's poem for the Tuesday before Easter.
In this poem for 'Fig Monday', Keble draws us into the reasons we all need salvation.
For Holy Week, a series of poems from Keble.
When we forget God, when we choose sin, when we neglect our duty to the Lord, we are choosing Barabbas.
How easily we forget God, as Pusey reflects here.
As Eliot comments in 'Little Gidding' (the church pictured here) 'you are here to kneel where prayer has been valid.'
Faith is not apart from love, for it is love that quickeneth faith - as Pusey explains so eloquently here.
God is love, though we so often fail to see this. Here. Pusey helps us.
Here, Pusey explains how we are justified through the resurrection of the Lord.
The blood of Christ is, we believe, the propitiation for our sins. Here, Pusey explains how and why we believe this to be so.
As Archbishop, Michael Ramsey was a great advocate of dialogue with the Eastern Orthodox, whose traditions he much admired (rather as does Rowan Williams). Here are his thoughts on the 'Jesus Prayer'.
Jesus was obedient, even unto death. What does this tell us about the nature of his prayer?
Here we continue through Michael Ramsey's classic Be Still and Know, this time looking at the phrase 'the Kingdom of God'.
And for New Year's Eve, a comforting reflection. A Happy New Year to all our readers.
As we approach the end of the year, a reflection from Michael Ramsey about heaven.