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The wedding parable
What if this wedding were not about the king and his slaves, the guests and their clothing, the invited and the uninvited and the smited?
What if this parable were about the bridegroom and his beloved? Continue reading
Posted in lectionary reflection, sermon Tagged bridegroom, Ephesians 5:25-30, Jesus, Luke 10:38-42, matthew 22:1-14, wedding garment, wedding parable 1 Comment