Being shaped by something that is invisible
I was struck this week by a comment made by Steve Silvester, the Vicar of St Nics, that for the past 6 months our lives have been shaped by something which we can’t ‘see’. It’s happened rather dramatically and quickly.
I know it’s not as simple as saying that this is a brand new development. Many of us would agree the way we have been used to living has primarily been as a result of the people and things we can see and touch, ie our friends and families, homes and gardens, food and drink, holidays, hobbies and leisure activities. At the same time, many have perhaps bought in too uncritically to the ‘secular materialist’ assumptions all around us. There has largely been a popular marginalisation of the possibility that ‘unseen things’ not only have been present but are in fact the keys influences.Continue reading This Week at St Mary’s