Posts Tagged ‘26th Sunday After Pentecost’
Are you the King?
I know that I’m not the only one who faced deep anxiety during the last year and a half. For that reason, I want to invite us to bring our anxiety to the lectionary reading this week.Read More
More Than Charity
Identify with those who have nothing. Not in charity alone so as to be a helper of those without food, clothes, or who are imprisoned. Rather, identify with their humanity.…Read More
Are You the King?
On the eve of a battle in the year 312, Constantine had a vision. He saw a cross in the sky and he heard God say, “By this, conquer!”Read More
Christ’s Dark Humor
Dante had it right. The Gospel is ultimately a “divine comedy,” and Jesus is not afraid to play the fool.Read More
Stone by Stone
This week’s text is difficult. It is the reminder that peacemaking is not for the faint of heart. The text begins on a positive note. “Some were speaking about the…Read More