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Category Archives: Gerry Mueller

The 9th Sunday after Pentecost; Luke 12:32–40

The Gospel for this day seems to consist of two almost unconnected parts. For the first few verses you might think I ought to be up here wearing a Happy Face Smiley T-shirt! Don’t be afraid, little flock, God will give you the kingdom. Sell your possessions, sell everything you own, and give it away. […]

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The 8th Sunday after Pentecost; Luke 12:13–21

Supposedly true story; not mine, but supposedly true nevertheless. Father is reading age-appropriate Bible stories to young Andrew, about five years old. One story is about faith. “Do you have faith, Andrew?” father asks. Andrew thinks for quite a while, then answers, “No, I have toys!” It’s faintly funny from a child, until you think […]

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The 3rd Sunday of Easter; John 21:1-19

One of the distinguishing marks of the Bible is its realism and compassion about human nature. There is no pretending in the Bible that biblical characters are any better than we are. Possibly, that’s because those people didn’t know they were going to be in the Bible! The people we meet in the Bible don’t […]

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The 3rd Sunday in Lent; Luke 13:1–9

A story is told about St. Teresa of Avila comes to mind. One day, travelling in an ox cart, her cart hits a rock, overturns, and catapults Teresa into a thornbush. Getting up, extricating herself, and brushing the dirt off her habit, she looks up at the heavens, and loudly shouts, “God! If this is […]

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Christmas Day; John 1:1–14(–17),Luke 2:1-20 -(35)

Let me throw out a proposition, not entirely mine, but one that I first thought about quite a few years after reading a book published by “Upper Room” titled “”Too Much Holly, Not Enough Holy? – Searching for Christmas”. It is a one year diary starting at Epiphany, the end of one Christmas, and the […]

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