Isaiah 55:10-13, Psalm 65:9-13, Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23
Just two brief ones: Luther's Small Catechism can be found by clicking HERE.
And my chief insight about God's divine farming program and extravagant waste comes from a margin note in the Lutheran Study Bible (public library and reference.
Deuteronomy 7:1-11, Psalm 149:1-9, and Matthew 15:21-29
These suggested Bible passages are taken from We Make the Road by Walkng by Brian McLaren as we follow his weekly cycle. They are abbreviated from his original list.
The following resources are just the beginning of the many amazing possibilities for studying the intersections between economics, power, and religion. My sermon this week is just a small grazing on this vast, vast field. I've listed some of my favorites. Some I've investigated deeply; some less so. I commend them to you for further study:
1) Krista Tippett has conducted the following interviews and posted links on her website, OnBeing. org. Click these links for more: Scott Atran on understanding the roots of terrorism, Jonathan Sacks on The Dignity of Difference, and Jon Paul Lederach on The Art of Peace.
2) Not in God's Name -- Film and more resources (Haven't watched it yet...)
3) For a bit of history, Luther the Reformer: The Story of the Man and his Career by James M. Kittleson
Exodus 1:1-14; 3:1-15; Galatians 5:1, 13-15, John 8:1-11
Suggested Scripture Readings from We Make the Road by Walking by Brian McLaren.
No sermon this week! Just a passionately rendered recitation of A Meditation on Christ's Passion (link) by Martin Luther offered by one of our church members...wearing a monk's habit. To keep you dazzled, check out the burning bushes made by the Sunday School students to enhance the baptismal font. And yes, it's kale! Happy Reformation!