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Third Sunday in Lent
Luke 13:1-9 Commentary
by Ronald J. Allen
Over the years, I have heard a number of sermons on this passage that have missed the exegetical boat because they focused entirely on the question of the relationship between sin and suffering (Luke 13:2-5). ...
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Isaiah 55:1-9 Commentary
by Christopher B. Hays
Isaiah 55 appears at the end of the so-called “Book of Comfort” (Isaiah 40-55), which is believed to be addressed to the exiles who were returning from Babylon.1
Psalm 63:1-8 Commentary
by Amanda Benckhuysen
Following the superscription, it is not hard to imagine David giving voice to this prayer in the Judean wilderness, on the run from his enemies.
1 Corinthians 10:1-13 Commentary
by Bryan J. Whitfield
"I can handle it. I've got this covered. No need to worry about me. I'll be fine."
Fig Trees and Repentance
by Karoline Lewis
March 24, 2019
"Do you think that because these Galileans suffered in this way they were worse sinners than all other Galileans?”
If Jesus didn’t ask this question, others surely ...
Sermon Brainwave #654 - Third Sunday in Lent
Discussion on texts for Third Sunday in Lent (March 24, 2019): (Gospel) Luke 13:1-9; (First Reading) Isaiah 55:1-9; Psalm 63:1-8; (Second Reading) 1 Corinthians 10:1-13. Recorded at Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Minn., for Working Preacher.