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Psalm 95:1-7a

Proper 29A

It is said that those who refuse to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.  Well, in that case the Lectionary on this final Sunday in Ordinary Time—also known as Reign of Christ or Christ the King Sunday—would have us stop just short of Psalm 95’s attempt to bring us a lesson from…

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Psalm 95

Lent 3A

Growing up in a tradition that had once upon a time been founded on Psalm singing only in church, I sang lots of psalms in my boyhood church even long, long after my Reformed tradition had added also hymns to our standard Psalter Hymnal songbook.  Even as a young boy, though, I was struck by…

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Psalm 95

Lent 3A

The readings from the Psalms for this season of Lent are carefully and well chosen.  We began our Lenten journey with Psalm 32, which sets the penitential tone of Lent while still calling us to rejoice in forgiveness.  Psalm 121 gives Lenten pilgrims the deep assurance that Yahweh is watching over us as we make…

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One Holy Passion

Preached at LaGrave Christian Reformed Church on September 17, 2006. Used by permission of LaGrave CRC.

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