Proper 11

July 21, 2013
See Also: 
Reading 1: 
Amos 8:1-12
Reading 2: 
Psalm 52
Reading 3: 
Colossians 1:15-28
Reading 4: 
Luke 10:38-42
By Mary Ricketts

Amos 8:1-12

This pericope continues God's proclamation against the injustices found in Israel.

Christmas 2000, Proper I

December 25, 2000
See Also: 

Year A
Year B
Year C

Related Interest:
John Cobb on atonement
Daniel Day Williams on Incarnation

Reading 1: 
Isaiah 9:2-7
Reading 2: 
Psalm 96
Reading 3: 
Titus 2:11-14
Reading 4: 
Luke 2:1-20; John 1:1-5, 9-14
By Bruce G. Epperly

Every Christmas, we are challenged to hear the gospel story in new and creative ways. Most of us have heard the story so often that it is almost impossible to experience the surprising novelty of the incarnation - the “impossible possibility" that “the Word became flesh and lived among us” and that the “us” where God’s Word dwells is “you” and “me” and our very concrete and challenging lives.

Everyone Who Calls on the Name of God Shall be Saved

Author - First Name: 
Bruce G.
Author - Last Name: 

Lent 1, Year C

Deuteronomy 26:1-11

Romans 10:8-13
Luke 4:1-13

Lent is a time for reflection and discernment—holistic in nature, Lent embraces body, mind, spirit, and relationships. We are called to transformation in every aspect of our lives, so that we might embrace the fullness of God’s grace in our lives.

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