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Scriptures & Reflection
The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 23, Track 1, October 15, 2017 – Year A
How to use this page:
Read a different passage each day and think about it. Some questions are offered to help stimulate your reflection. You’ll find your experience of worship on Sunday will be intensified.
For a method to read and pray with the scriptures you might try to use the ancient practice of Lectio Divina (Divine Reading). We’ve written some instructions on how to useLectio with the Sunday Scriptures at the following link:Using Lectio Divina to pray the lections
A Reading from Exodus (32.1-14)
to turn away your wrath from consuming them.
What must we do to be faithful in our generation?
A Reading from Paul’s letter to the Philippians (4:1-9)
Paul introduces one of the most exquisite passages in his writing with the conflict between two women who are leaders and co-workers in the congregation, but who are in conflict.