The Struggle Has Ended
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
This is Greg Hewlett's last sermon. He preached from John 1:1-14.
Word became FLESH
And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory.
And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory
This is perhaps one of the most mysterious statements ever written.
And the Word became flesh.
Put simply, the God of the universe, He who created all things – trees, monkeys, blades of grass, you, me, galaxies, helium, and oxygen, carbon, life – all things. The God of all creation became flesh.
This is what we call “the incarnation”. Incarnate – “become flesh”. Scandalous. Preposterous. Laughable. Paradoxical. Impossible. The Word became flesh.
Monday, January 31, 2011
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
MD Anderson Children's Art Project - You can donate by calling 800-231-1580, or online using this form, including Greg's name in the field titled "Donation in Memory Of". More ways to donate are listed here, and you can specify that it is in memory of Greg when you call, fax, or mail. For more information on memorial funds, call 713-792-3450 or 1-800-525-5841.
World Vision - Donations can be made by calling 1-888-511-6443. Please be sure to mention that your donation is in memory of Greg Hewlett or give them Source Code "105429402".
Monday, January 17, 2011
I apologize to people who normally receive the email updates from this site, I do not have the ability to send an update at this time. Feel free to spread the word to those you know who knew Greg.
Monday, November 29, 2010
All of these medical developments leave me feeling quite empty. Joys in life are absurd mixed with CT scans and chemotherapy. But I'm ok with that. What else is there to do but simply press and enjoy each day - each gift. Love and live as much as I can. Not much has not really changed in my strategy over the past seven years. And, I think, should not change should I live for another seven days or seven years.