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The psalmists’ expressions can represent our own experiences. In Psalm 1, the happy meditators of God’s law are delighted as they prosper. They are trees planted beside a stream, enduring and yielding fruit. In contrast, the wicked are unable to stand and are easily blown aside by the wind.

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God, you love us in moments when we lose our footing and in moments when we stand strong. When we feel caught up in chaos, revive us with your grounding love. Amen.


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Leccionario Semanal
September 13–19, 2021
Resumen de la Escritura

Proverbs describes the noble wife and sets a standard that can seem impossible. This woman is capable and respected but also generous and wise. She serves but is not weak. Is she a “superwoman,” and do all women need to be “superwomen”? No, she is noble because she follows the counsel of the psalmist and is deeply rooted in the teachings of God. Therefore, she represents a standard for everyone to emulate, not just women. James, another teacher of wisdom, encourages believers to show these same characteristics by following the wisdom given by God. In Mark’s Gospel, the disciples display a lack of wisdom by arguing over who is the greatest. Jesus reminds them that greatness in God’s eyes comes through service, not through seeking recognition.

Preguntas para la reflexión

Read Proverbs 31:10-31. How have societal expectations shaped your life? How do you allow them to shape the ways you interact with others?
Read Psalm 1. What fruit are you yielding in this season?
Read James 3:13–4:3, 7-8a. In what ways does your life reflect “gentleness born of wisdom”? How are you gentle with yourself and with others?
Read Mark 9:30-37. How do you seek to serve others in your daily life?

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