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Tag Archives: salt
Envy is the enemy of the gospel
A sermon for Sunday, September 26 at the Church of the Epiphany, Euclid. In the readings, disciples of Moses and Jesus object to unauthorized deployment of the Spirit. In the news, images of border patrols chasing immigrants with horses, and … Continue reading
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Dislocated daydreams: salt spray from a city street; unkept promises.
Year B Proper 21: salted with fire
It was bedtime, so I gave the fire a stir to make sure it really was dying down, and of course, as fires are wont to do when stirred up, it sprang back into life. So the cat and I … Continue reading
Posted in lectionary reflection, sermon preparation Tagged Christianity, disciples, fire, Holy Spirit, Jesus, Mark 9:38-50, salt, Year B Proper 21 Leave a comment