“Sir, we want to see Jesus.”
Jesus is at a banquet in His honor. After all, He’s raised Lazarus from the dead, so a party is in order. And while He’s there, the confusing anointing occurs.
Silent streets. Empty churches. Vacant shelves. Skies unscarred by jet trails. The whole world wrapped in a blanket of social isolation. It’s a strange Palm Sunday.
“We sat down and wept.” The exiles are remembering what it was like to live in their own land, to be masters of their own destinies (sorta–what human being ever really is?).
Individual parts recorded separately and then merged by Peter over the past couple of weeks. Thank you, choir!
“Since it is by God’s mercy that we are engaged in this ministry, we do not lose heart.” II Corinthians starts today with this sentence.
Psalm 131, 132, 133; Exod. 7:25-8:19; 2 Cor. 3:7-18; Mark 10:17-31 The Plague of Frogs from the “Golden Haggadah,” probably the most lavish of medieval
Psalm 119:145-176; Exod. 7:8-24; 2 Cor. 2:14-3:6; Mark 10:1-16 Jesus heightens the moral commands on all fronts. Hatred is the gateway to murder. Ogling is
Psalm 120, 121, 122, 123; Exod. 5:1-6:1; 1 Cor. 14:20-33a,39-40; Mark 9:42-50 Asians making bricks, Egyptian fresco, tomb of Rekh-mi-re, high official in the mid-1400s
Nos Unimos en Oración por todo el mundo. Posted by Jose Palma on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 Nos Unimos en Oración por todo el mundo.
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