Psalm 94

Where two or three meet in my name, I shall be there with them[1]. Christ’s presence in our life is indispensable.  We always need him and he is always close to us.   We acknowledge this presence by prayer as often as we can.  Sometimes a substantial amount of time can be devoted to this acknowledgement.  At other moments, the prayer, which honours his presence, is a brief connecting to the One who is most important to us.  Our wanting to pray and our doing so...
I thirst [1], cried out Jesus just before he died.  Give me a drink [2].  The Lord asks for the help of those whom he has come to help.  It was about the sixth hour [3].  From the heart of his passion comes the cry I thirst.  Jesus thirsts for the salvation of the world.  If you only knew what God is offering, and who it is that is saying to you: Give me a drink [4].  We are slow to recognise our saviour on the cross and elsewhere. I wonder if he is the Christ...