Lectionary Haiku 1 April 2022

Today’s texts, following the Psalm, arise from contexts of raw living that have their parallels today, the survival of a people when their country is occupied – and adjusting to the task of maintaining community when sickness and prison chains bind us.

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Psalm 126

It happened before
God restored life to fullness
‘Twill happen again.


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Isaiah 43:8-15

History repeats
When right is on your side and
I am in your midst


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Philippians 2:25-3:1

A prison letter
offers strength against all odds
via Paul and envoy.


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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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