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Our humanity is challenged every day. Something is always happening that needs to be fixed or taken care of. We never seem to be able to put down a period.

Also, being fully human is often challenging. Being the person God created us to be takes great intentionality. We believe...

Even though I have sinned, O God, please do not cast me away. Cleanse me. Amen.


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Leccionario Semanal
July 26–August 1, 2021
Resumen de la Escritura

David thinks he has gotten away with his sins, but God sends Nathan to tell David a story. The story angers David, but Nathan reveals that the story is really about David’s own behavior. Indeed, it can be tempting to condemn others’ sin, while we justify our own. Psalm 51 is David’s appeal to God for forgiveness and restoration. If we want to please God in our own lives, what does this look like? Ephesians tells us that the signs of a redeemed life include humility, love, patience, and building up one another (the opposite of what David displayed). In John, Jesus has crowds following him because they want a free meal. The lasting nourishment they truly need, Jesus teaches, comes through believing that God has sent him.

Preguntas para la reflexión

Read 2 Samuel 11:26–12:13a. When has someone else helped you see that you have sinned? How did you respond to that person?
Read Psalm 51:1-12. When have you felt “unclean” before God? How did God restore you?
Read Ephesians 4:1-16. What are your gifts? How do you use them to build up the body of Christ?
Read John 6:24-35. How do you feed your soul?

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