April 12, 2020

Waiting in the Dark
Rev. Hardy H. Kim

Between the great dramas of life, there is almost always a time of empty waiting – with nothing to do and no church service to help – a time when it is necessary to come up with your own words and see how they sound with no other sounds to cover them up. If you are willing to rest in this Sabbath, where you cannot see your hand in front of your face and none of your self-protective labors can do you one bit of good, then you may come as close to the Christ as you will ever get…

—Barbara Brown Taylor, Learning to Wait In the Dark: A Holy Saturday Reflection