Eyck, Hubert van and Eyck, Jan van. The Arrival of the Mystical Lamb, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, Tenn. Original source: http://yorckproject.de
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All Saints Sunday
Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost
Matthew 5:1-12 Commentary
by Lance Pape
When Jesus ascends a mountain and begins to address the crowds (verses 1-2), the reader is expected to make the connection to another teacher (Moses), and another mountain (Sinai).
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Revelation 7:9-17 Commentary
by Eric Mathis
Each year around All Saints Sunday, I’m reminded of Lawrence Hull Stookey’s writing about this Feast Day.
Psalm 34:1-10, 22 Commentary
by LarsOlov Eriksson
Psalm 34 belongs to the so-called wisdom psalms in the Psalter, or maybe it is better to say that it contains several motifs which are connected to the wisdom literature in the Old Testament, since the ...
1 John 3:1-3 Commentary
by Audrey West
If 1 John had a social media footprint, this week’s status update would read, “See what love the Father has given us, that we should be called children of God” (1 John 3:1).
When Tears are Wiped Away
by Karoline Lewis
November 02, 2014
Festival Sundays are always tricky. If you are a regular listener of Sermon Brainwave, you know that our usual take on these celebrations is to preach the text and not the festival. ...
Sermon Brainwave #381 - All Saints Sunday
Discussion on texts for All Saints Sunday (Nov. 2, 2014): (Gospel) Matthew 5:1-12; (1st Reading) Revelation 7:9-17; Psalm 34:1-10, 22; (2nd Reading) 1 John 3:1-3. Recorded with live audience at the 2014 Celebration of Biblical Preaching, Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Minn.