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At the Tomb of Lazarus

John 11:1-45 Gospel for the Fifth Sunday in Lent, Year A Several times a day my wife and I scan the New York Times on line. These days, of course, we find that almost every article is more bad news about the … Continue reading

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The Banquet of the Blessed and Unblessed

Reflections on the readings for the Fourth Sunday in Lent   Amy-Jill Levine has a nice Youtube presentation on Jesus’ parables of the Lost Coin, the Lost Sheep and the Prodigal Son (the Gospel for this Sunday in Luke 15. … Continue reading

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Lenten Devotions Project

Lent is a time of renewal of faith. This year, 2016, the pastors and members of three Lutheran congregations in DeKalb and Sycamore, Illinois, joined together to produce a devotional booklet for the season. The them is “In the Breaking … Continue reading

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Antidote for Complacency: Reflections of Sunday’s Readings

The very first thing that caught my eye as I drove into Ann Arbor the spring of 1966 was that strange graffiti on a huge concrete retaining wall. Being in Greek I could not decipher it and perhaps for that very … Continue reading

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