Refreshing Pointlessness

posted by Jeffrey on Monday, June 27, 2005 at 2:58 PM


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It seems a bit ironic to take the time and initiative to purposely write a little ditty on pointlessness--but I guess for the sake of justification we'll just call it "poetic" instead. Last night brought about another intriguing conversation at our weekly discussion (which takes place every sunday night at 6:30). We ventured into the story of Peter and John's run in with the Sanhedrin (Jewish political/supreme court type system under authority of the Roman government) after the name of Jesus (and therein, Jesus Himself) healed a man who had been crippled for decades.

Last night there wasn't an "application" or a "challenge" or a "point", we just engaged in conversation about this particular passage of Scripture and attempted to wrap ourselves up in the story of what actually happened that day--which also led to a bit of dreaming and speculating about some things that might have also happened as well. And as always, the prescence of a new face and voice in the conversation is an enjoyable experience.

Pointlessness--what fun it can sometimes be.

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