What Was Dead Is Alive
As part of All We Can’s Lent devotional series, Elis Matthews, poet in residence, looks at Luke 15: 11-32 and gives us a different way of reading a familiar story.
The Prodigal Son is one of those stories we tend to know well. Who do you identify with in this story and why? What does this story tell you about God’s love and forgiveness?
“And if this is a story of what God is like we can look for that grace in a climate school strike or a coffee co-operative, an extraordinary gift or the strangers we see on the bus, in the lift, on the street, at the market / you know, we can be the great transformation we’re longing to see‘What was dead is alive, what was lost is now found’ With God’s All We Can radically turn things around.”
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