Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

This summer the lectionary which often guides my choice of scriptures for use in worship includes 1 and 2 Samuel. These books of history contain the stories of David’s rise to leadership in Israel and his kingship. In June we … Continue reading

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A Striking Resemblance

In the story Oliver Twist, which was adapted into the musical, Oliver, Charles Dickens tells the tale of a poor orphan in London.  The young boy, Oliver, whose mother died at birth and whose father was unknown, spends the first … Continue reading

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Braveheart

Today’s Old Testament lesson is the story of David and Goliath.  It is one of the most well-known Bible stories.  Larry didn’t read it, because it is a very, very long story. But I am going to try to tell … Continue reading

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