Lectionary Haiku 14 March 2022

Today’s texts reveal that it is no easy thing to live out a developing faith tradition. The Psalm rehearses the remembered history, warts and all, as a basis for confidence in YHWH, whose necessarily harsh discipline (see the Exodus link) has moulded Israel as a “people of promise.” Nevertheless, Paul argues from Abraham’s example that the faith relationship eclipses all rites, deeds and external symbolisms.

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Psalm 105:1-42

Though the road be long
And full of risks, twists and turns
Salvation is there.


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Exodus 33:1-6

Promise not denied
Conditions fully applied
Tough love makes us wince


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Romans 4:1-12

“Tis tough to receive
without thought of strings attached
Rather, grace abounds


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Not really retired but reshaped and reshaping. Now a pilgrim at large ready to engage with what each day brings.

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