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Tag Archives: Luke
(A Lection Reflection on Luke 10 and Galatians 6) If you were to plan a sermon on pride in most churches, the thought bubbles above the listeners would look like this: “Pride. Root of the seven deadly sins. God hates … Continue reading
Let me ask you an obvious question: do you pray in your church services? OK, too easy. Here’s a tougher one: do you expect anything to happen? And here’s the toughest one: what if something happened, and it seemed to … Continue reading
(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