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What is there about song and singing that resonates with us when we’re grief-stricken? I think about the many moving spirituals, composed and sung by enslaved persons in the milieu of death and loss. They plumbed a depth of devastation that mere spoken words could not reach. I also think...

Someone’s praying, Lord. kum ba yah. Someone’s crying, Lord, kum ba yah. Oh, Lord, kum ba yah! (UMH, no. 494).


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Leccionario Semanal
June 21–27, 2021
Resumen de la Escritura

David is remembered in scripture as a mighty king but also as a great poet. Many of the Psalms are ascribed to him. In Second Samuel we find a song of lament over Saul and Jonathan. Saul was violently jealous of David, yet David still honored Saul as God’s anointed king. Jonathan was David’s best friend. David bemoans Israel’s loss of these leaders. The author of Psalm 130, although probably not David, appeals to God in David-like fashion. The Gospel shows the power of a woman’s faith. In Second Corinthians, Paul deals with practical matters, appealing to the Corinthians to send promised financial help to the believers in Jerusalem.

Preguntas para la reflexión

Read 2 Samuel 1:1, 17-27. What part does music play in your prayer life? Do you sing both songs of lament and songs of praise?
Read Psalm 130. When have you cried out to God from the depths of your despair? What was God’s response?
Read 2 Corinthians 8:7-15. How do you maintain your eagerness to practice your faith?
Read Mark 5:21-43. What has been your experience of God’s healing?

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