TO THOSE persons seeking discussion for Sundays coming forth in the lectionary, we offer a listing according to the three-year calendar.
On the right-hand column of this page, please find the past corresponding year for lectionary years A, B, or C.
And then search the appropriate month in each for a discussion concerning the gospel reading.

Saturday, July 13, 2024

Sheepish About Faith?

 FOR THE Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, we hear Jesus used agricultural symbols to describe his ministry to us. Read and translate his words into our modern technological age.

Being Sheepish?




Monday, July 1, 2024

Are You Sent?

 FOR THE Seventh Sunday after Pentecost, we read about Jesus visit home and his sending of his disciples to minister. We of the modern Church need to consider the meaning of the mission for us.

Go Into Villages and More!




Monday, June 24, 2024

Be Healed, Arise?

FOR THE Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, we examine a scriptural record of Jesus' healing acts. The examples written remain as instructive for the Christian church and its parishioners around the world. Click below...



Tuesday, June 18, 2024

An Eternal Authority!

 FOR THE Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, we hear of our Lord's command over all creation, whether classified as natural or progressive. Read about navigating chaotic life calmly.

Is God Awake?





Monday, June 3, 2024

Serial Parables?

 FOR THE Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, we find that the author of the book of Mark skips through a series of parables taught by Jesus. Apparently derived from an earlier collection, each provides a window though which we can view the grace of God.

Just Keep Up!





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Monday, May 13, 2024

Tongues of Fire?

 FOR THE Celebration of Pentecost, we hear of the miraculous spiritual outbreak of the infant Christian Church into the ancient world. Read how God worked a miracle and still works even though we have grown to adulthood. Click on... 


 Heated Exchange!






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Monday, May 6, 2024

Are You With Him?

 FOR THE Seventh Sunday in Easter, we read the continued prayer of our Lord Jesus. As Christian, we consider what the words mean for each of us. Click here... 

Made One?