Monthly Archives: December 2013

Congregational Prayer: December 29, 2013

Our Holy Father and our God, we come here in the midst of this Christmas season. We come at Your calling. We come into Your presence and we join here, yet not here, with throngs…with Christ’s church triumphant in Your … Continue reading

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Table Meditation: December 29, 2013…

How is it you do not understand that I did not speak to you concerning bread? Yesterday Emma took flour and yeast and sugar, and I am going to guess some oil or butter, and maybe some other things, and … Continue reading

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Sunday morning thoughts…

Schizophrenia on Display: a Christian denomination that participates in the “Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice,” has been described by the WSJ as a ‘staunch supporter of a woman’s *right to choose*,’ but holds the line at gay marriage.

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Sunday morning thoughts…

“Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees.” A concept so huge it makes my head hurt./THB/BHS

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Sunday morning thoughts…

If we worship a God who shows no mercy…or a God who does not judge…then we do not worship the One, True and Living God. THB/BHS

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Sunday morning thoughts…

Wondering if there is a linkage between the Syrophoenician woman of Matthew15:21ff, the feedings of the 5000 and the 4000 and Matthew 16:8-12. Are the baskets of the ‘abounding’ of the bread a measure (or the ‘immeasurableness’) of the crumbs … Continue reading

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Jewelled bolts of gratitude…

Let us look back upon the whole of our past lives at this hour with a careful, leisurely glance, and see whether there is not enough in our diaries to condemn our doubts and bury our cares, or at least … Continue reading

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