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Tag Archives: John 3:16
God’s grace and mercy have never left us, passing over us and shielding us from more than we can imagine; but how much glory can we handle, human as we are? Continue reading
Posted in holy days, sermon Tagged Christmas, Elijah, Glory, Incarnation, John 1:1-18, John 3:16, Moses, nine lessons and carols 1 Comment
Year B Christmas 2: the flight into Egypt and beyond
This is not a story about how special, important, and indispensable Jesus was; that his family out of all the others in Bethlehem was warned to get out of town, so that he alone out of all the little boys … Continue reading
Posted in sermon Tagged baptism, Bethlehem, boat people, flight into Egypt, Herod, immigration, John 3:16, Matthew 2, refugees Leave a comment
The next verse
“not to condemn;” the part we too often judge to be forgettable.
Posted in lectionary reflection, poetry Tagged Bible verse, condemn, haiku, John 3:16, John 3:17, judge, poetry, Trinity Sunday B Leave a comment
For God so loved the world he came between a mother and the baby at her breast so that each saw the image of love reflected in the other’s eyes God so loved the world that he sat at the … Continue reading
Posted in lectionary reflection, poetry Tagged John 3:16, Trinity Cathedral Cleveland, Year B Lent 4 2 Comments