Moses sees a bush that burns but is not consumed. This is a lovely symbolic expression of the way God relates to the world. The closer God gets, the more we become radiant with his presence. God’s proximity does not mean our destruction or the compromising of our integrity; rather it is the means by which we become fully ourselves.
The Burning Bush
Cycle CLentWeek 3
by Bishop Robert BarronMarch 11, 2007
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