Take Him at His Word – Br. Sean Glenn

Br. Sean Glenn

Acts 13:32-43
Luke 14:7-14

In your days I am doing a work you will never believe, even if someone tells you.[1]

Whoever has seen me has seen the Father.[2]

Easter has always captivated my imagination—even in my days as an angry atheist, convinced that such miraculous events are of course impossible.

Yet, in this season of my life, marked as it is by bereavement, scarred by the awful and unanticipated absence of my late parents, Easter—with all its accompanying hope and joy—has been less a consolation and more a taunting insult, a vexation, a catalyst for all kinds of cynicism, doubt, and anger.

Of late, I have refused to be comforted, closing off the precincts of my heart to any touch of joy or hope. I have refused to be comforted, content only to bear my tears, anguish, and sense of injury. In your days I am doing a work you will never believe, even if someone tells you. Read More