Lighting the king’s procession.
Jesus continues with three more stories of his coming to kingship. The first is about a wedding where some of the young guests were looking forward to the bridegroom’s arrival, but missed it because they weren’t prepared.
Continue reading “Missing the wedding (Matthew 25:1-13)”
Remember Jesus’ story about the guy who was tossed out of the wedding banquet for not wearing the right gear? What was that about?
Continue reading “Called or chosen? (Matthew 22:8-14)”
If you haven’t heard it yet, check out the Full Transcript of Bishop Michael Curry’s sermon at the royal wedding (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle). Continue reading “That royal wedding message”
In seeking a bride for Isaac, why did Abraham’s servant set this particular test?
The marriage of Isaac and Rebekah must be important: Genesis 24 is the longest chapter in Genesis. The narrator repeats details multiple times. It’s a royal wedding, and we’re introduced to the princess of the kingdom, or at least of the nation that will represent YHWH’s kingdom. Continue reading “A test for the bride (Genesis 24:13-21)”