Monthly Archives: March 2013
Restoration or Resurrection?
(A Lection Reflection on Easter) In another Lection Reflection, I talked a little about the scope of Easter. I made the point that Easter was more than a one-time event; it is, instead, a part of God’s ongoing work in … Continue reading
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The Scope of Easter
(A Lection Reflection on Easter) One of the important concepts we use in project work is “scope.” It refers, of course, to the reach of the project or initiative. Does this web site rebuild involve only the interface, or are … Continue reading
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Palm Sunday Cynics
(A Lection Reflection on Luke 19: 28-40) Fickle. Disloyal. Unreliable. I’ve heard my fair share of sermons and devotionals that use such terms to describe the Palm Sunday crowd. You have too. I call them Palm Sunday Cynics. “Here they … Continue reading
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And It’s God From the 3-Point Line!
(A Lection Reflection on Psalm 126 and Isaiah 43: 16-21) As those who know me will attest, I’m a big sports guy. My favorite sports are football and basketball, with college basketball being at the top of the list. And … Continue reading
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The Circle of Reconciliation
(A Lection Reflection on 2 Corinthians 5: 16-21) There are certain verses in the Bible that convey such an important truth that I think they ought to be automatically highlighted in every translation. We have such a verse this week, … Continue reading
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