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Gospel: Luke 14:1-11 “Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.” +inj+ To exalt yourself is to measure everything by what pleases you. To exalt yourself is to be proud. Pride seeks everything — … Continue reading
Today is an in-between Sunday. The Ascension was this past Thursday, and Pentecost is next Sunday. Jesus left the disciples, and the Spirit had not yet come. They were left to themselves. What happens when you are left to … Continue reading
“Whatever you ask,” says Our Lord. What do you want? What do you lack that would make you happy? And if you had it, would it truly make you content? “Whatever you ask,” says Our Lord. What do you … Continue reading
The words of the great Swedish bishop Bo Giertz damn us all: “There are no worthy guests at the Lord’s table. None has deserved to come.” Those words damn us all – yet they are also filled with grace. … Continue reading