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For thought on next Sunday’s readings go to “Preaching Tip of the Week” above.

For reflection on any other Sunday check out the archives above.

Presented here is an idea for each Sunday’s preaching.  If you are not a preacher here is a thought to help prepare yourself for the upcoming Sunday’s worship.  I am following the Revised Common Lectionary as used in the Episcopal Church.  What I present here is not a fully developed homily but only a starter, like a sour dough starter.  It will need time to rise in our subconscious.  For each Sunday there is a quote, a comment, a reference to the original Greek, and a haiku.  If you would like to try your hand at writing a haiku please do so.  A haiku is a form of Japanese poetry that has exactly 17 syllables: first line 5 syllables, second line 7 syllables, third line 5 syllables.  Just click on “preaching tip of the week” above for my idea/tip for the upcoming Sunday.  Please add any comments you may want to offer.

Bob Eldan

eldan@bresnan.net

Links to other preaching resources:

The Text This Week

The Lectionary Page (Episcopal Church)

Working Preacher

Sermons that Work

Stepping Stones

Me and Francis