Easter 3_2024

Jesus Christ Good Shepherd by Bernardo Ramonfaur

Easter 3

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Water, blood and Spirit

Jesus Shows the Disciples His Wounds by William Brassey Hole

It’s often in the smallest detail that the most remarkable revelations are to be found. Ezekiel beheld a valley of dry bones. Ezekiel had served as a priest in the Temple in Jerusalem. He had seen the destruction of that Temple, God’s dwelling place, and he was now living in exile in a land far away. And he must have been wondering: “How can we sing the Lord’s song in a foreign land?” …For more, click on the title above.

Easter 2_2024

Jesus Shows the Disciples His Wounds by William Brassey Hole

Easter 2

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Easter Wednesday 2024

Sea of Galilee by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld

Easter Wednesday

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For you

Sea of Galilee by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld

Haven’t we been here before? It sounds so familiar.
Every year, for those of us who follow the One Year Lectionary, on the Fifth Sunday after Trinity, we hear the account of a miraculous catch of fish. Remember? …For more, click on the title above.

The stranger on the road to Emmaus

The Gospel Reading takes us back to that first Easter Sunday. The early morning events are now over. Most of Jesus’ disciples are back in Jerusalem in a house with the doors locked in fear of the Jews.
The afternoon sun is approaching the horizon as two disciples are walking on the dirt road out of Jerusalem. …For more, click on the title above.

Real historical resurrection

This is the day that those who sat in darkness had waited for. This is the day that we have been waiting for. This is the day that the Lord was waiting for.
Finally, the Light has shown Itself to us. In His incarnation, Christ revealed God’s Light to mankind, as we recently celebrated, yet the fullness of that Light was held back. …For more, click on the title above.

Christ’s death took away the sting of death for the faithful

Many of you have heard this morning’s reading from I Corinthians each Resurrection Sunday morning for many years. Today, you will sing of it with words like these: Our Paschal Lamb, that sets us free, is sacrificed… You also might have thought, “Hey! This day is about Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. What is this about a sacrificed Lamb?”…For more, click on the title above.