Monthly Archives: April 2014

Images for the Third Sunday of Easter

Readings: Acts 2: 14a, 36-41, Psalm 116, 1 Peter 1: 17-23, and Luke 24: 13-35 The Luke reading is the ‘Walk to Emmaus’ text which is very familiar and very well represented in art. Here are some selections: Advertisements

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Images for the Second Sunday of Easter

The primary text for this Sunday is John 20: 19-31 where Jesus first appears to the rest of the disciples and then a second time when Thomas is present. Known by a lot of people as the ‘doubting Thomas’ story … Continue reading

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Jeremiah 32: Purchasing a Field During the Siege

Jeremiah 32: 1-15: The Purchase of the Field The word that came to Jeremiah from the LORD in the tenth year of King Zedekiah of Judah, which was the eighteenth year of Nebuchadrezzar. 2 At that time the army of … Continue reading

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Images for Easter

There are a multitude of images of the resurrection out there, but here are a few

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Jeremiah 31: Out of the Nightmare A Dream For A New Future

Jeremiah 31: 1-14: The Poet’s Hope At that time, says the LORD, I will be the God of all the families of Israel, and they shall be my people. 2 Thus says the LORD: The people who survived the sword … Continue reading

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Images for Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday

I’m returning to this project after a short break where I was doing a series that didn’t line up with the lectionary readings over lent.  There are a lot of images for this part of Holy Week and depending on … Continue reading

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Caesar is Not Amused- A Palm Sunday Meditation

As the crowds proceed the man entering from the Mount of Olives And shouts of “Hosanna” echo through the festival clogged streets of Jerusalem While the prophet from Nazareth makes his way through the gates Mounted on a donkey with … Continue reading

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