Tag Archives: Nicodemus

Under the Cover of Night

When I was a child, I firmly believed in monsters under the bed that came alive in the dark. I dreaded dark places where spiders and snakes and monsters lived. I always made sure I curled up away from the … Continue reading

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An Invitation to Dance

If Pentecost is a celebration of the Holy Spirit, then Trinity Sunday is an invitation to dance. Yes, I mean exactly what I said. And here’s why… The Trinity is not something we can logically understand. Theologians have tried for … Continue reading

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What Abram and Nicodemus Have to Say

Looking at the bookshelf in my office I see the clutter accumulated over my career. Between my Oxford Bible Companion and my Book of Worship sits the DSM V with a canister of pick up sticks and a candle to keep them … Continue reading

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A Lesson From Nicodemus

RCL – June 3, 2012 – Trinity Sunday, First Sunday after Pentecost Isaiah 6:1-8 Psalm 29 Romans 8:12-17 John 3:1-17 This week’s gospel reading contains one of the most frequently cited scripture verses. It seems that at every sporting event … Continue reading

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