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Interpretations

Posted on 3/26/2017 by SuperUser Account in Luke Deuteronomy Leviticus

We interpret many things differently depending on who we are and how we perceive the world. For example, the yellow light on a traffic light. Some of us, the wisest of us, interpret the yellow light as “caution, slow down”. Others see the yellow light and press down on the gas, interpreting the light as “speed up”, sure that they can make it to the other side of the intersection, even if the light is “orange”.

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Mercy and Judgement

Posted on 3/12/2017 by SuperUser Account in Luke

We’ve skipped over a couple of chapters from where we read last week. Jesus continues on the way to Jerusalem. And as he travels, he is intent on trying to teach the disciples everything that they need to know, everything that he has shared with them but they still have not understood - - he is trying to pack it all in. His teachings continue to a crowd in our reading this morning where the passage begins with two current events - - headlines of sorts.

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Distracted Discipleship

Posted on 3/5/2017 by SuperUser Account

What kinds of things distract you?

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Toward Jerusalem

Posted on 3/1/2017 by SuperUser Account

Terms like “post-mortem” and 360 degree assessments define post event/post function reviews or analysis - - looking at things after they are completed to see how they went and if they could have been improved upon.

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Into Marvelous Light

Posted on 2/26/2017 by SuperUser Account

Dazzling Lord, in blinding light you showed your disciples a hint of your power and purpose. Reveal yourself to us today. Show us what you desire of us and how to broadcast your love to the world, for the sake of the one who keeps company with the prophets Moses and Elijah, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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In-Significance

Posted on 2/19/2017 by SuperUser Account in Luke

My oldest cousin Bill drives a semi.
When he finished high school he went into the Coast Guard for four years, and after that all I remember is him driving a truck. A pick-up truck when he wasn’t working and a semi when he was.

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Noisily Grateful

Posted on 2/12/2017 by SuperUser Account in Isaiah

My youngest son is a Webelo. When he was a Tiger Cub Scout, a first grader, we went on a camping trip with him over a fall weekend. We woke to a beautiful October morning – full of sunshine, crisp air but not too cold, and leaves - - brown leaves - - all over the ground.

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Seeing Salvation

Posted on 2/1/2017 by SuperUser Account

Anyone make a resolution for the New Year? Some of us may have made health-related resolutions. Maybe resolutions for relationships. Maybe to stress less or have fun more. To get better grades.

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What Will I Do?

Posted on 1/29/2017 by SuperUser Account

The Christian band Jars of Clay has a song called Rescue Me that begins, “Change the shape of my heart, so it becomes more familiar to your eyes.” It’s a prayerful plea to God to make our hearts more familiar to, more like God.

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Salvation Fully Realized

Posted on 1/15/2017 by SuperUser Account

Sometimes when I think about following Jesus, I think about how extreme following everything that he says, truly is. Take The Lord’s Prayer and give us this day our daily bread. Not tomorrow’s bread. Not bread for when I retire. But bread for today. That is enough and I’ll trust for tomorrow. And sometimes it takes a jolt of sorts to show us exactly what Jesus asks or calls. When we get that jolt we then are forced to decide which way we are going to go - - are we going to follow him? Truly?

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