Monthly Archives: May 2015

Fruit For The Taking

“On the following day, when they came from Bethany, he was hungry.   Seeing in the distance a fig tree in leaf, he went to see whether perhaps he would find anything on it. When he came to it, he found … Continue reading

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Calvinism

I had absolutely no idea what to write about for this week’s Daily Cup – and you may read through this and surmise that I still have no idea what I’m writing about – but I noticed on the liturgical … Continue reading

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Todo Bien

The last two weeks have been hard ones in the church I serve. (Those of you who are there will know why.) We’ve been impacted by several losses, both in our church and in our community, none of them easy. … Continue reading

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Pentecost 2015

Don’t you love the seven Principal Feast Days?  I sure do, partly because of the special distinctive acts we perform to set them apart and make them special, but also because of their significance, the lessons they impart.  That significance … Continue reading

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Remembering

After World War II Armistice Day (a day assigned for the remembrance 0f those who died in war) was morphed into two days of remembrance: Veterans Day and Memorial Day, the former to remember veterans and the latter to remember all those … Continue reading

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For The Love of Christ

“‘Simon son of John, do you love me?’ He said to him, ‘Yes, Lord; you know that I love you.’” John 21:16   This passage from John, which comes to us as the Gospel reading for today’s celebration of Holy … Continue reading

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A Song to the Lamb – from every family, language, people and nation

Does it sometimes seem that the more ways we have to communicate – email, texting, Twitter, and even actual conversation – the less we actually say?  The more confused we are about what is being said?  Too often it really … Continue reading

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