Tag Archives: Matthew

On the Road of Life

Here are my thoughts from today on the slanty side of the pulpit at Howland (ME) United Methodist Church Lord, open our lips and our mouth will proclaim Your praise. Blessed are You, Creator of all, to You be praise … Continue reading

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Faith

This week’s Sunday reflection focuses on Christ healing a Roman officer’s son/servant in Matthew 8:5-13 from The Interpreter’s Bible. Matthew’s ambiguous pais  can mean either “son” or “servant.” Luke understands it unambiguously as “servant” (Luke 7:2), while the related story in John … Continue reading

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