Thanks to this week's guest preacher, Mark Love of Rochester University!
“We are the people of the stream, the river of the waters of life.
Maybe keeping the prophecy of this book is keeping that hopeful imagination… to keep that hopeful place wide enough to inhabit, wide enough to live in, to keep before us a city—a diverse city, a cosmopolitan city, a city of God’s welcome—where the water of life passes through and gives life to all…
Your job is to live in the picture of the after—in the imaginative space of life, and not death and despair. Let the beasts be the beasts; you serve the Lamb. You are people of the streams of the water of life.”