Category Archives: Lection Reflections

Does God judge fairly? Or some other way?

So here’s a question for you: Do you think God is fair in God’s dealings with humans? Or, is there possibly a different work for God’s governance? Continue reading

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Agape love and a Black eunuch

When Phillip met with a Black on a deserted road, he showed agape love. Can we do the same? Continue reading

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Terror, joy, doubt — and διαλογισμός

“While in their joy they were disbelieving and still wondering …” Today’s Reflection looks at the mix of emotions in that room … including some internal dialogue going on. Continue reading

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The Scribes and Widows You Don’t See

Imagine a group of people: a crowd at a football game, the downtown of a city, a congregation gathered for worship. Now pick out the scribes and the widows. And here’s a hint: not all the widows are women, and … Continue reading

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The Last Word

And when the strife is fierce, the warfare long, Steals on the ear the distant triumph song …

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