Monthly Archives: May 2020

Justice Delayed

The Magna Carta of 1215 has a clause that reads, “We will not sell, or deny, or delay right or justice to anyone.”1 In 1617, when Francis Bacon was installed as Lord Chancellor, he said, “Swift justice is the sweetest.”2 … Continue reading

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The Language of Reconciliation

“Wisdom shouts out in the streets; in the public square she raises her voice.” (Proverbs 1:20) True wisdom is never silent around hard things. Wise people must give voice to the truth left unsaid. When we don’t say something, we … Continue reading

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My head is ringing.My mind is stinging.My soul is clinging.I’ve had enough. My heart is yearning.My stomach churning.My emotions burning.I’ve had enough. My body is weary.My eyes are dreary.My knees are leery.I’ve had enough. Enough I said.I said, enough.That is … Continue reading

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