Monthly Archives: July 2013
Are You Wealthy Toward God?
(a Lection Reflection on Luke 12: 13-21) There’s an old joke about sermon writing that references “three points and a poem.” If you’re working on a sermon, I don’t have a poem for you — although there are some on … Continue reading
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Amos 8, the Headlines, the System, and Us
(A Lection Reflection on Amos 8, Psalm 15, and Psalm 52) Have you read this week’s lections yet? No? OK, then — here is the link to the online lectionary provided by the Vanderbilt Divinity Library. Be sure to read … Continue reading
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Are You That Guy?
I love reading spy thrillers. I like following all the plots and characters, I like the suspense, I like the twists and turns of the story. And, I like a good hero. Why? Because I imagine myself as the hero. … Continue reading
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