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Healing Centurion's Slave
Luke 7:1-17 Commentary
by Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
The Narrative Lectionary keeps them together, and in doing so, it provides a very instructive contrast.
They are similar in that both recount remarkable miracles performed by Jesus, but note the differences and contrasts that make these stories so interesting together.
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Narrative Lectionary 067: Healing the Centurion's Slave
February 03, 2013
Join Profs. Rolf Jacobson, Mary Shore, and Craig Koester for "I Love to Tell the Story," a weekly conversation on the narrative lectionary. This week's readings are: Luke 7:1-17 and Psalm 119:105-107 or 119:107.