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In this episode we discuss the readings for the fourth Sunday after the Epiphany (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Jeremiah 1:4-10; 1 Corinthians 13:1-13; Luke 4:21-30; Psalm 71:1-6.Things we mentioned in the Podcast: ACNA 2019 prayer book and Coverdale Psalter Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
In this episode we discuss the readings for the second Sunday after Christmas (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Jeremiah 31:7-14; Psalm 84; Ephesians 1:3-5,15-19a; Matthew 2:1-12 or Matthew 2:13-15, 19-23 or Luke 2:41-52. Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
Year C Advent 3

Year C Advent 3

2021-12-1039:12

In this episode we discuss the readings for the third Sunday in the season of Advent (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Zephaniah 3:14-20; Canticle 9/Isaiah 12:2-6; Philippians 4:4-7; Luke 3:7-18. Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
Year C Advent 1

Year C Advent 1

2021-11-2647:33

In this episode we discuss the readings for the first Sunday in the season of Advent (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Jeremiah 33:14-16; Psalm 25:1-9; 1 Thessalonians 3:9-13; Luke 21:25-36. Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
Readings: 2 Samuel 23:1-7; Psalm 132:1-13 (14-19); Revelation 1:4b-8; John 18:33-37
Readings: 1 Samuel 1:4-20; 1 Samuel 2:1-10; Hebrews 10:11-25; Mark 13:1-8
Readings: Ruth 3:1-5; 4:13-17; Psalm 127; Hebrews 9:24-28; Mark 12:38-44
Readings: Ruth 1:1-8; Psalm 146; Hebrews 9:11-14; Mark 12:28-34
Readings: Job 42:1-6, 10-17; Psalm 34:1-8 (19-22); Hebrews 7:23-28; Mark 10:46-52
Readings: Job 38:1-7 (34-41); Psalm 104:1-9, 25, 37b; Hebrews 5:1-10; Mark 10:35-45
Readings: Job 23:1-9,16-17; Psalm 22:1-15; Hebrews 4:12-16; Mark 10:17-31
Year A, Advent 2

Year A, Advent 2

2022-11-2759:05

In this episode, we consider the readings for Advent 2 (Year A in the lectionary cycle): Matthew 3:1-12; Romans 15:4-13; Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19; Isaiah 11:1-10. We discuss John the Baptist's invitation to repentance that bears fruit, Paul's exhortation to unity and hope, the Psalmist's beautiful depiction of the Messianic King, and the prophetic imagery of His rule of peace and justice.Notes:The Bible Project--Bible Project's overview of Isaiah--Bible Project's overview of Romans--On Jordan's Bank the Baptist's Cry (Note the comment for this artist. Someone asks: "This is beautiful. Do you happen to have this soft version, but with the lyrics sung softly as well?" And Andrew replies "Sing to the Lord! Not listen to others... the missing voice is your own." haha! So sing along!) --All Glory Be To Christ by: King's Kaleidoscope--Lewis' essay The Weight of Glory--Final Jeopardy fiascoAdvent Resources:--Fleming Rutledge's Advent: The Once and Future Coming of Jesus Christ--Watch for the Light: Readings for Advent and Christmas-The Art of Advent: A Painting a Day from Advent to Epiphany, by: Jane Williams-Waiting on the Word: A Poem a Day for Advent, Christmas & Epiphany, by: Malcolm Guite Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
Year A, Advent 1

Year A, Advent 1

2022-11-1851:16

In this episode, we consider the readings for Advent 1 (Year A in the lectionary cycle): Matthew 24:36-44; Romans 13:11-14; Psalm 122; Isaiah 2:1-5.We welcome a new liturgical year by discussing the themes of the season of Advent. We discuss this collection of readings, unmistakably woven with a sense of watchful anticipation for the rule and reign of Christ. We look at Jesus' invitation to stay watchful and waiting for His return, Paul's instructions to wake up and love others, the Psalm's hopeful anticipation of Jerusalem's promise, and Isaiah's prophetic words about the nations streaming to the house of the Lord. Notes:The Bible Project--Bible Project's overview of Isaiah--Bible Project's overview of RomansAdvent Resources:--Fleming Rutledge's Advent: The Once and Future Coming of Jesus Christ--Watch for the Light: Readings for Advent and Christmas-The Art of Advent: A Painting a Day from Advent to Epiphany, by: Jane Williams-Waiting on the Word: A Poem a Day for Advent, Christmas & Epiphany, by: Malcolm Guite Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
In this episode, we consider the readings for Christ the King Sunday (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Luke 23:33-43; Colossians 1:11-20; Canticle 16; Jeremiah 23:1-6.We discuss the Lord's promise to raise up a righteous shepherd to tend His people who have been scattered and injured, Zechariah's prophecy about Jesus and John the Baptist, and Paul's poetic words of praise of Christ the King. We also consider the lectionary's choice to end with the thief's declaration of faith as he sees Christ on the cross, recognizes His kingship in His death, and asks to be remembered when Jesus comes into His kingdom.Notes:DISCLAIMER FROM FR AARON: I did some digging after recording this episode. After all these years of thinking that Christ the King Sunday sometimes trims off the last "proper" in the lectionary, I learned I was wrong. So please distrust and disbelieve my answer on that in the episode. :) Turns out *only* the propers at the beginning of the season can get trimmed--and that would be due to where Easter Sunday falls on a given year. Thanks for bearing with me!The Bible Project--Bible Project's overview of Jeremiah--Bible Project's overview of Colossians Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
Year C, Proper 28

Year C, Proper 28

2022-11-0554:59

In this episode, we consider the readings for Proper 28 (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Luke 21:5-19; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13; Canticle 9 (Isaiah 12:2-6); Isaiah 65:17-25We discuss Jesus' prophetic words about persecution and His return, Paul's instructions to the Thessalonians about community life, the first song of Isaiah, and Isaiah's closing prophetic glimpse of the joy of Jerusalem.Notes:The Bible Project--Bible Project's overview of Isaiah--Bible Project's overview of 2 Thessalonians--Bible Project series the law--NT Wright's courses on Udemy--CS Lewis' The Great Divorce Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
In this episode, we consider the readings for All Saints' Day (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Luke 6:20-31; Ephesians 1:11-23; Psalm 149; Daniel 7:1-3, 15-18.Fr. Aaron & Marissa discuss Jesus' description of His kingdom in the beatitudes and the glorious imagery of inheritance and the heavenly reality of Christ's rule as described by Paul in Ephesians, depicted in the Psalm, and revealed in Daniel's "alarming" prophetic dreams.Notes:The Bible Project --Bible Project's overview of Ephesians--Bible Project's overiew of Daniel--Clarissa Moll's book Beyond the Darkness: A Gentle Guide for Living With Grief and Thriving After Loss--Clarissa's article "Letting Grief Come to Church" Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
Year C, Proper 26

Year C, Proper 26

2022-10-2301:01:12

In this episode, we consider the readings for Proper 26 (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Luke 19:1-10; 2 Thessalonians 1:1-4, 11-12; Psalm 119:137-144; Habakkuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4.In this episode we discuss Zaccheus' penitence, Paul's prayer for the Thessalonians, the Psalmist's confessional prayers, and Habakkuk's dialogue of complaint and trust as well as the Lord's response. Notes:The Bible Project--Bible Project's overview of Habakkuk--Bible Project's overview of 2 ThessaloniansDwell Bible App Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
Year C, Proper 25

Year C, Proper 25

2022-10-1551:14

In this episode, we consider the readings for Proper 25 (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Luke 18:9-14; 2 Timothy 4:6-8,16-18; Psalm 65; Joel 2:23-32.In this episode we discuss Jesus' parable that contrasts the prayer of the Pharisee who looks with contempt on others and the prayer of the tax collector who cries out for God's mercy, the final words of Paul that close 2 Timothy, the rich language of abundance in the Psalm, and the imagery of Joel's prophetic words.  Notes:--C.S. Lewis on Humility: "Do not imagine that if you meet a really humble man he will be what most people call “humble” nowadays: he will not be a sort of greasy, smarmy person, who is always telling you that, of course, he is nobody.Probably all you will think about him is that he seemed a cheerful, intelligent chap who took a real interest in what you said to him. If you do dislike him it will be because you feel a little envious of anyone who seems to enjoy life so easily. He will not be thinking about humility: he will not be thinking about himself at all." --from Mere Christianity Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
This bonus episode offers listeners a 45 minute journey through the chronological narrative of Scripture.  Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.
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