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Seventh Sunday of Easter
John 17:20-26 Commentary
by Barbara Lundblad
John 17 brings us to the end of Jesus’ farewell to his disciples.1
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Acts 16:16-34 Commentary
by Jennifer T. Kaalund
The book of Acts emphasizes the power and abilities of the leaders of the Jesus movement.
Psalm 97 Commentary
by Jerome Creach
Psalm 97 appears in a grouping of psalms that have as their main subject the reign of God (Psalms 93, 95-99; see also Psalm 47).
Revelation 22:12-14, 16-17, 20-21 Commentary
by Ronald J. Allen
The reading today appears to be a random collection of statements attached to the climactic vision of Revelation 21:9-22:5.
Teach Us to Pray
by Karoline Lewis
June 02, 2019
Preaching the Gospel of John remains a challenge for many, Dear Working Preachers. A number of reasons contribute to the Fourth Gospel’s homiletical difficulties and this ...
Sermon Brainwave #665 - Seventh Sunday of Easter
Discussion on texts for Seventh Sunday of Easter (June 2, 2019): (Gospel) John 17:20-26; (First Reading) Acts 16:16-34; Psalm 97; (Second Reading) Revelation 22:12-14, 16-17, 20-21. Recorded at Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Minn., for Working Preacher.