‘I am the Alpha and the Omega’, says the Lord God, who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty. ~Revelation 1:8
Every year at this time we remind ourselves that Christ the King Sunday, or Reign of Christ Sunday, as it has been known in more recent times, was instituted in 1925 as a response to the rise of Christian Nationalism in Europe. It’s purpose was to remind us that our hearts, our minds and our daily actions belong to an ever-loving God: A God who call us to acts of mercy and justice, not conquest and violence.
The one to whom we belong rejects violence in all its forms, and instead invites us to a table overflowing. The one to whom we belong equips us and sends us to set this table in world through acts of mercy and love. There is a power here, at this table, against which kings and conquest cannot stand. Thanks be to God!
Enter into worship and remember your place at God’s table.
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