Living Through Saturday

From a Youtube video uploaded by Salesians, Ireland.
Watch the video here.

This year’s Holy Saturday — that in-between day when the disciples quarantined themselves in fear — seems especially relevant in our COVID-tyrannized world. Our presuppositions — plagues are a thing of the past — have been strewn on the floor. We’re suddenly vulnerable. Everything’s dark.

The prayer masters of the past knew that God still works in the darkest hours, and Holy Saturday — especially this one — is a moment when we can think of God-in-the-darkness.

Rachel Matthews, a regional correspondent for Britain’s Premier Christian Radio, interviewed several individuals who discovered God in those in-between times: times of uncertainty, times of stillness, times of darkness. She broadcast segments of those interviews here and entitled the talk, “Living Through Saturday.”

Listen in. It’s worth the 28 minutes.

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About Charles Redfern

Charles Redfern is a writer, activist, and clergyman living in Connecticut with his wife and family. He's currently writing two books, with more in his head.

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