Margaret R. Rose
Sermons and Bible Studies
This last Sunday of Epiphany completes a cycle of readings in which we experience Godâs engagement in the world in many forms. From the arrival of the magi to the call of Samuel, from the call of the disciples to the teachings in the synagogue, from the healing of the widowâs son to the raising […]
The 13th chapter of Lukeâs Gospel includes two texts offered for todayâs Gospel: the account of The Bent Over Woman and at the close of the chapter, the dialog where Jesus engages the question of the number to be saved. âStrive to enter by the narrow door.â Binding these are images of the Kingdom of […]
I invite you, therefore to a holy lentâ¦ Ash Wednesday and these forty days of Lenten preparation often bring with them a lot of bad childhood baggage as well as a true invitation to wholeness and renewal. Contrary to the message many of us received as children, Lent is not about making us good after […]
Today’s text from the Hebrew Scripture is appointed for use from the Common Lectionary used by many ecumenical partners and offered for optional use in the Episcopal Church. Most readings are the same as those noted in the Prayer Book lectionary. From time to time an alternative text is suggested in order to include texts […]
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