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Category Archives: Trinity 02
“Blessed is everyone who will eat bread in the kingdom of God.” Or, as some manuscripts of this verse put it, “Blessed is everyone who will eat the best in the kingdom of God.” Whether this verse should read “eat bread” or “eat the best” makes no difference in what we believe. In the Divine liturgy, we eat the Bread of Life and we have the best at God’s table. For here, in this banquet of salvation, Christ Himself is the Cook, the Waiter, the Host, and even the Main Entree. And those who eat His feast of salvation shall neither hunger nor thirst, for Christ shall be their all-in-all. Continue reading
Luke 14:15-24 – The Parable of the Great Supper Immanuel, Alexandria My beloved brothers and sisters, last Sunday we heard about a Rich Man who hosted great banquets every day, gorging himself and drinking with his friends—but the beggar … Continue reading
In the Name of the Father and of the + Son and of the Holy Spirit “Supper’s ready!” You can almost hear the pitter-patter of feet running to the table. Everyone wants to get to the table first in order … Continue reading
[God] declares in simple, humble, short but very earnest words: “They shall not taste of my supper.” As though he would say: Very well, my supper, too, is something, and what does it profit if it be better than their … Continue reading
Here’s another one, this from 1905.