Monthly Archives: November 2013

Jeremiah 19: Broken Jugs

Jeremiah 19 Thus said the LORD: Go and buy a potter’s earthenware jug. Take with you some of the elders of the people and some of the senior priests, 2 and go out to the valley of the son of … Continue reading

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Jeremiah 18: A Misshapen People

  Jeremiah 18 Spoiled Clay The word that came to Jeremiah from the LORD: 2 “Come, go down to the potter’s house, and there I will let you hear my words.” 3 So I went down to the potter’s house, and … Continue reading

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Images for Christ the King Sunday

  This is one of those festivals where there are no shortage of images for either the kingly side, particularly in Roman Catholic Churches, and the Crucifixion. I have included a couple images of  each, and I used images of … Continue reading

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Jeremiah 17: States of the Heart

Jeremiah 17 The sin of Judah is written with an iron pen; with a diamond point it is engraved on the tablet of their hearts, and on the horns of their altars, 2 while their children remember their altars and … Continue reading

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Images for the 26th Sunday After Pentecost (Lectionary 33C)

The primary text this week is Jesus talking about the destruction of the Temple, so there are a number of good temple related images:      

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Jeremiah 16: A Vision of Resurrection, But Only Through Death

The word of the LORD came to me: 2 You shall not take a wife, nor shall you have sons or daughters in this place. 3 For thus says the LORD concerning the sons and daughters who are born in … Continue reading

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Images for 25th Sunday after Pentecost- Lectionary 32C

This is the confrontation between Jesus and the Sadducees in Luke 20: 27-40, Job19: 23-27 and 2 Thessalonians 2: 1-5, 13-17 Before I get into specific Sunday there is a really cool link to the Wikipedia Commons for James Tissot’s … Continue reading

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