God’s Spirit before birth and after death
Monday lectionary email, archived here on Friday.
It’s an interesting contrast with the ways leadership and oversight have been handled since.
If we can be said to have them, we should at least want them to be opened.
Some people can tell where wine or coffee is from just by tasting it.
On continuing to believe in prayer when others (quite reasonably) do not
Psalm 4:4 as practical wisdom
On navigating light/dark language for worship
Mark's Gospel and “There's a Hole in the Bucket”
Read the Passion in John‘s Gospel. All of it.
Paul offers a meantime ethic, a witness of the death Jesus still endures until death disappears in his return.
Every knee shall bow, even our knees.
On giving Eugene Peterson's The Message another chance
Reading Psalm 107 aloud, what's most striking are the calls for voice.
Who are the other enraged voices crying out from the temple with Christ?
In this week's readings, God's covenant-making continues.