The Text This Week Textweek Worship Preaching Lectionary

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Scripture Index
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September 28, 2014
Proper 21A / Ordinary 26A / Pentecost +16

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Resources specific to Luther Seminary's
Narrative Lectionary for September 28, 2014:
Exodus 14:10-14, 21-29

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Link of the Week:

"Promising an Open Future,"
David Lose, Dear Partner in Preaching, 2014.

"I don't think the focus of this scene and parable is on us nearly as much as it is on God.
God the author of all life who regularly decides to invite a new relationship with us.
God who will not count our past deeds, mistakes, griefs, or hurts against us.
God who refuses to define us by what we do (or what has been done to us),
but instead regards us always and only as God's beloved children."

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May the peace of Christ be with you,
and may your study be prayer.

Jenee Woodard

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