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Anger Most Foul - A Reflection on Matthew 5:17-37   Jesus’ sermon on the mountainside is one of the most famous sermons ever preached. He prefaces a lot of his statements with: “You have heard it said,” following it up…
Wanna Work Miracles? - A Reflection on Mark 8:1-10   One of the things that I always do during my retreats (I have five coming up over the Lenten season, by the way) is remind Christians of WHO our God…
February 14, 2020 (Friday) - Stone to Flesh - A Reflection on Mark 7:31-37 Ephphata means ‘Be opened’. When we are baptized, there is a good chance the priest made the sight of the cross on our ears and our…
May I Have the Crumbs? - A Reflection on Mark 7:24-30 Today, I was very tempted to reproduce an earlier reflection on this passage in its entirety, because I thought it was really illuminating, but I have not repeated a…
  Dust Under the Carpet - A Reflection on Mark 7:14-23 How often have we swept dust under the carpet in a rush to make our living room look clean when a surprise guest shows up? Or gathered clothes strewn…
How pretty within Terrible, ya? Now, you know what’s coming don’t you? Haha. Aren’t we often just like that? Constantly looking at people, judging them for how they dress, how they talk, how they behave. Consider me. You might think…
February 10, 2020 (Monday) - The Great Escape - A Reflection on Mark 6:53-56   This little narrative is at once terrible, touching, and triumphant. Terrible, because of the tremendous pain the people are going through. Touching, because their faith…
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