Images for Second and Third Sunday after Pentecost (Lectionary 12 and 13 year A)

Two weeks together; Week 1: June 22, 2014

Jeremiah 20: 7-13                 I have become a laughingstock
Psalm 69: 7-10, 16-18          It is for your sake I have borne reproach
Romans 6: 1-11                        Should we continue in sin in order that grace may abound?
Matthew 10: 24-39               Whoever loves father or mother more than me…
 

I have written on Jeremiah 20 elsewhere in my blog

Cry Of Prophet Jeremiah on the Ruins of Jerusalem by Ilya Repin 1870

Cry Of Prophet Jeremiah on the Ruins of Jerusalem by Ilya Repin 1870

Jesus Teaches His Disciples from Luther Bible

Jesus Teaches His Disciples from Luther Bible

James Tissot, The First Shall Be Last, Between 1886 and 1984

James Tissot, The First Shall Be Last, Between 1886 and 1984

Jesus in Golgatha by Theopahnes the Cretan

Jesus in Golgatha by Theopahnes the Cretan

 

Love is Not a Victory March by Marie -Esther@deviantart.com

Love is Not a Victory March by Marie -Esther@deviantart.com

Third Sunday after Pentecost:

Jeremiah 28: 5-9                  Jeremiah and the false prophet Hananiah
Psalm 89                                   I will sing of your steadfast love, O LORD, forever
Romans 6: 12-23                  Do not let sin exercise dominion in your mortal bodies
Matthew 10: 40-42              Whoever gives even a cup of water to one of these…

I have written about Jeremiah 28 also in my blog

Diakoniegemaelde Neuendettelsaus by Alexander Rahm, Author released image to public domain

Diakoniegemaelde Neuendettelsaus by Alexander Rahm, Author released image to public domain

Frans Francken, Werke der Barmherzigkeit (1605)

Frans Francken, Werke der Barmherzigkeit (1605)

Sculpture from l'hospital de Sant Pau de Barcelona by Gargallo (1905-1911)

Sculpture from l’hospital de Sant Pau de Barcelona by Gargallo (1905-1911)

Andrey Mironav, Don't You Know Who You Are (I am the Door of the Sheep) artist released image to public domain

Andrey Mironav, Don’t You Know Who You Are (I am the Door of the Sheep) artist released image to public domain

Jan Luyken etching 21 of 40 'Satisfying the Thirsty' 17th Century

Jan Luyken etching 21 of 40 ‘Satisfying the Thirsty’ 17th Century

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