Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Holy Gospel: September 29, 2013( Year C)

Read: Luke 16:19-31 Meditation: “What Would It Take?” Jesus tells a story that makes perfect sense–if someone could come to us from “the other side” and tell us what it is really like, we would all snap to, order our … Continue reading

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The Holy Gospel: September 22, 2013 (Year C)

Read:  Luke 16:1-13 Meditation: “Do What You Can” Okay, I admit it–I still wrestle with Jesus’ use of dishonesty to illustrate a Kingdom principle.  But the point he makes is clear: do what you can do in the maintenance and … Continue reading

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The Holy Gospel: September 15, 2013 (Year C)

Read: Luke 15:1-10 Meditation: “Lost and Found” In some ways, God invented the list-and-found department.  As the two stories in today’s lesson clearly show (as does the omitted story of the two sons), there are all sorts of ways to … Continue reading

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The Holy Gospel: September 8, 2013 (Year C)

Read:  Luke 14:25-33 Meditation:  “The Long View” Short-term assessments rarely produce long-term results.  I saw this in education as a professor.  Students who wrote papers for a grade in class did tgeir work differently than those who used a paper … Continue reading

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First Day: Posting Resumes

Welcome back to the Oboedire blog. As you know, I am in discernment about the relationship between this blog page and the Oboedire facebook page. All I seem to be getting right now is this: “less is more.” So, for … Continue reading

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