More than Enough: You are What you Eat
Tom states, "We are invited to think of our abundance in relation to those who do not have enough."
We are to ingest...
- the Jesus who refuses to be made king
- the Jesus who breaks taboos/crosses lines to give life to those whose lives have been marked by unquenchable thirst
- the Jesus who creates enormous tensions because of his passionate commitment to justice/prayer/the things of God
- the Jesus who participates in life's celebrations
- the Jesus who goes after the lost sheep
- the Jesus who loves the wolrd so much that he will give his own life to save it
- the Jesus who is one with the Father, but who wants to draw us into that essential unity
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