Lenten Reflection – Day 32

A week ago, there was a lot of rain over several days in Kentucky. On Friday evening, the rain clouds began to dissipate, and there was a momentary glimpse of the sun just as it began its descent back to the horizon toward dusk. I caught this image of the sun peeking through the clouds. It reminds me of our approach to Holy Week…the sun setting on the Lenten story as we approach the darkness of the Triduum (the three days before Easter). But even though we know darkness is around the corner, we know that in the end, the Everlasting Light prevails and death is no more. We know that the Sun of Righteousness will rise, and never set for eternity. As we wait, we watch and pray, and listen…

park sunset


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