Monthly Archives: April 2014

Holy Saturday

Most people spend Holy Saturday out and about doing the things they would usually do. But this is the day of life being out of joint. The love of Maundy Thursday is a memory and the blood of Good Friday … Continue reading

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How Embarrassing

Palm/Passion Sunday This Sunday we read the texts for Palm Sunday and Good Friday together. We do these readings because people were skipping Maundy Thursday and Good Friday just as they had relentlessly skipped Holy Saturday and, having missed three … Continue reading

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‘Zeke and the Bones

Ezekiel 37.1-14 This is a favorite, fun text and, with apologies to my Southern colleagues, it just flat out sounds better read like an old time southern preacher might. “And the lord led me through the valleh and it was … Continue reading

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