From http://www.lhm.org/dailydevotions/default.asp?date=20160327 Read Luke 24:1-35. It is Sunday afternoon. Two grieving disciples are leaving Jerusalem and slowly making their way home. Along the way they talk about recent events. In time a stranger joins them in their travels, a stranger who is oddly unaware of the recent happenings in Jerusalem. They tell him about Jesus, […]
Hopefully, you have read John 3 and, perhaps, the rest of John. For Maundy (command) Thursday events, read Luke 22:7-38 along with John 13 through 17. Continue on into John 18 and 19 for Jesus’ arrest, trials, crucifixion and burial. Then we wait until Sunday for the rest of the story…
Today is Maundy Thursday, so named because Jesus gave the command to “love one another as I have loved you.” It is the beginning of the Triduum, Latin for “Three Days”, Holy (Maundy) Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil (Saturday). Together, all three services are one service leading up to Easter Sunday. It is […]
Listen to the Newscaster Himself. We have all heard John 3:16; what about the rest of John 3? Go, read it, preferably aloud, Then report the news to another. Listen to the Newscaster Himself.
WANT to read the Holy Bible these next three days and need guidance? I suggest Luke24. (Read it now then come back to this post.) Jesus gives us TWO precious gifts on Easter: He is risen from the dead (Praise God!) Jesus explains how to understand the Bible: EVERY book of the Old Testament and […]
And so it begins, the Triduum, Latin for “Three Days”, Holy (Maundy) Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil on Saturday. I would encourage everyone to attend all three services as they are all one service leading up to Easter Sunday. In this world, it is easy to get caught up in the glory and […]
The server is up long enough to post this (I hope). All of the world is cursed, including computers. Re-read the technical note on Day 8.
What’s the point! Tonight’s gift, one Bible verse, is deceptively brief, but utterly profound and quite the reality to ponder. Because, remember, none of this is theorizing: we are living through 40 very real days … the 40 days force us to slow down and ponder the ramifications of Ash Wednesday; the ramifications that we […]
Isle of ewe: because ewe matters! One badddddd pun, I know. My point? Notice how one tiny play on words can re-frame your perspective – and after that, you never see life the same way again. So: brainstorm with me. I’m I’m going to play with one winkydinky. ….but the result will be no game. […]