We are at the final Sunday of the Church’s Year and celebrate the Feast of Christ The King.
We’ve been here before, of course, and with God’s help will be again but what does it mean to and for us to call Christ our “King”? This week we hear of people being called to Trump Towers in New York, many of them going there in the hope of a high profile job in the upcoming administration.
A lot of courtesy will be shown to Mr Trump. Much pomp and ceremony surrounds these meetings. Not so with our “king”. He stands before us in the quiet, but present, flickering of a Sanctuary Lamp or in the horror of a crucifix and, in both places, says “I am here for you – I am here because of you”.
A king without his people is just another person. It is people who make the Kingdom and we are those people. We praise His name, not with trumpet, but in a quiet prayer of gratitude. Amen
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