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Everything

What does it take to change the world? 
Everything.

What does Jesus give for the sake of our lives and the world?
Everything.

Just like the widow in today’s Gospel story, who puts everything she has into the temple coffer, Jesus holds back nothing when it comes to this world. The teaching and healing of his earthly journey - Jesus says, “I give them to you.” My last breath from the cross and first breath after I am raised from the dead - Jesus says, “I give them to you.”

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Holy Bread, Endless Song

Beautiful scripture passages again today. These weeks that we have been in have been full of scripture lessons saturated with beauty. In particular this scripture text that we heard from Ephesians a few moments ago will always hold a special place in my heart.

…be filled with the Spirit, as you sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs among yourselves, singing and making melody to the Lord in your hearts, 20 giving thanks to God the Father at all times and for everything in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 5:19, 20)

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Celebrating the Bread of Life

What do recipes for Spritz cookies, Mexican Pozole, Thai Som-Tam, A Green Smoothie, and Widow’s Loaves have in common? Well, all of these hese recipes are used by Lutheran Christians around the United States as they live out the faith and beliefs that have been given and entrusted to them by God.

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Feast of Grace

Just as it is the nature of bread to feed the belly, it is God’s nature to seek us out time and time again to feed and nurture all of our hungry places. God reached out to the prophet Elijah, fresh off the success of casting aside false prophets, yet finding himself so unhappy as to wish for God to take away his life. God fed Elijah’s body and spirit, finding him in his wilderness and renewing him.

We hear, “I am the bread of life,” and we know that Jesus, God-made-flesh, has offered himself as a blessing to feed us, and the world, in all our wilderness places. (John 6:35)

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No Rest For The Weary

As we hear this week’s gospel lesson, we might be reminded of the phrase, “no rest for the weary.”

The disciples are back with Jesus after being sent out to teach and heal, and after hearing about their adventures, Jesus tries to lead them aside for some rest – you know, a little R&R by the beach, a little time in the hot tub, name your favorite way to relax, the disciples were getting to it!

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