Trust and treasure, trust and treasure
Monday lectionary email, archived here on Friday.
The thing Peter needs is right there in front of him.
Death is inevitable for the living. It’s also a requisite for that which is yet to live.
Jesus comes to a level place to bring the kingdom of God to all those who are gathered.
As if fishing for people sounds any easier.
What’s up with Luke’s assertive Jesus?
As a homiletics professor, I would be inclined to give Jesus a passing grade, and not just because he is Jesus.
I think the disciples were a bit like detectives.
John the Baptist's world and ours
This story sounds like a video game.
I have some sympathy for Mary and Joseph.
Why should God get to sleep, like parents who have finished wrapping presents?
Is it hard to obey the angel's command, "Do not be afraid"?
It's a great question to ask people. But not this person.
John is set ablaze. What about all the other characters in the Gospels?