A Kaleidoscope

A kaleidoscope

When I was a child, I remember  the pleasure I found in a kaleidoscope that was given to me as a present. Every minor turn of the tube would bring a different design, pattern and effect. I was fascinated by it all.  Over the past 50 years of my journey of faith I have come to services of communion, having the same kind of experience.  It seems each time I come to communion, it is in a different season of my life, and I come often for a different reason and experience a different outcome. As the weeks and months turn, it appears that the significance of this service has shifted too.

Communion is also like a diamond with many facets, each one transmitting the light differently. I can never predict what light shall shine forth from this many splendored thing, and so it rarely has become commonplace even when repeated frequently.

If you are interested in exploring the significance of Holy Communion, check out the 25 articles under the heading “Holy Communion !!”

 

About prodigalprof

Professor of Christian Studies
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1 Response to A Kaleidoscope

  1. Dee Koza says:

    Thanks for resending your website to me. I look forward to reading your insights.. Dee

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