The authors of 2 Thessalonians saw a painful unraveling within the community, and they responded with urgency.
Monday lectionary email, archived here on Friday.
What men have placed a premium on, God has not.
Jesus' sermon in Luke 6 is first and foremost about the people gathered.
This Reformation Day, I'm preaching the Gospel text from the lectionary.
This is a troubling parable.
In 2 Kings 5, the VIP characters aren't the ones who make a difference.
God's answer to Habakkuk? Wait.
Amos has some concerns.
Jesus has a zeal against the human willingness to turn wealth into an idol.
It's complicated to lose things.
Surely he didn't mean I have to give up my books.
Proverbs warns us against the culture of self-aggrandizement.
Isaiah’s two challenges go hand in hand.
What questions arise if we take Jesus' warning literally?
Can we allow Jesus’ metaphors into our imagination?