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Today’s text opens with praise: “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ!” This acclamation sounds straightforward enough, since it is one we hear or speak week by week, in some form, when we gather to worship. But in today’s reading, it is the prelude to the...

Living Christ, today I seek to love you whom I cannot see and to trust in your promise that you are with me, whatever comes. Amen.


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Leccionario Semanal
April 13–19, 2020
Resumen de la Escritura

In the week following Easter, we reflect on the Resurrection. In Acts, Peter declares to his fellow Israelites that the story of Jesus is the fulfillment of promises made to their people long ago. He quotes Psalm 16, the second reading for the week, and applies it to Jesus. First Peter opens with a passage of extended praise for God’s mercy, and this is rooted in the hope that comes through the resurrection of Jesus. Yes, we may suffer in this life as Jesus suffered, but just as he is glorified, we will also one day be glorified in the Lord. John recounts a post-resurrection appearance to the disciples. All except Thomas have already seen Jesus, and here is Thomas’s first interaction with the risen Lord.

Preguntas para la reflexión

Read Acts 2:14a, 22-32. How do you practice living into the “ways of life”?
Read Psalm 16. What would change if you were to make requests for God’s protection a fundamental of your faith?
Read 1 Peter 1:3-9. How does the mystery of the Resurrection help you understand and love Jesus?
Read John 20:19-31. What role does forgiveness play in the way you practice resurrection?

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