Monthly Archives: October 2015

What do you want me to do for you?

(Proper 25. Yr B. Jer.31, 7-9; Mark 10, 46-52) “What do you want me to do for you?” The question which Jesus asks of the blind beggar, Bartimeus; Bartimeus asks to be allowed to see again. Just before this incident, … Continue reading

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Eye of a Needle

  (Hebrews 4, 12-16; Mark 10,17-31) (Proper 23 Yr B) An ordained colleague once told me about the discussions she had been having with the two churches for which she was responsible about where their Harvest gifts would go. The … Continue reading

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One flesh.

(Proper 22. Yr B. Genesis 2, 18-24. Mark 10, 2-16)   In the discussions the churches are having over whether to approve blessings of partnerships or even marriages between people of the same gender, there are certain passages (colloquially known … Continue reading

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