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I completed my PhD in the middle of the school year, and frequently afterwards I was asked, “Are you going to walk?” This is academia-speak for, “Are you planning to participate in graduation ceremonies in May?” Often, any hesitance in my response was greeted with a wholehearted, “Oh, you should!...

Gracious One, teach us to honor you and one another in all we do. Amen.


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Leccionario Semanal
November 1–7, 2021
Resumen de la Escritura

Ruth’s story forms part of the background of the family of Jesus. The son of Ruth and Boaz, Obed, is David’s grandfather. The women of Bethlehem rejoice with Naomi at the birth of her grandson, and the psalmist declares that children are a blessing from God. In the scriptures, children are spoken of only as a blessing, never as a liability (unlike some narratives in our culture). The writer of Hebrews builds upon the eternal nature of Christ’s sacrifice, proclaiming that his death was sufficient once for all. In Mark, Jesus warns his disciples not to be fooled by appearances. Those who put on a big show of piety do not impress God. God wants us instead to give from the heart, even if no one but God sees.

Preguntas para la reflexión

Read Ruth 3:1-5; 4:13-17. Who are the people in your community who lack the basic provisions for a safe and healthy life? How do you try to help meet their needs?
Read Psalm 127. In what ways do you invite God to be part of your work?
Read Hebrews 9:24-28. When have you eagerly waited for something? How did that feel?
Read Mark 12:38-44. How do you practice generosity in the way you allocate your resources and time?

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