Tag: Joseph of Arimathea

Thursday of the 12th Sunday after Trinity – Luke 23:50-24:12

ShareLuke 23:50-24:12 I love Joseph of Arimathea! It would be easy in this passage, with the empty tomb just around the corner, to completely forget about Joseph of Arimathea and what he has to say to us this morning.  I love the roads less traveled in Scripture because they contain so many scattered jewels that […]

August 26, 2015 | 1 Comment More

Thursday of the 12th Sunday after Trinity – Luke 23:50-24:12

ShareLuke 23:50-24:12 I love Joseph of Arimathea! It would be easy in this passage, with the empty tomb just around the corner, to completely forget about Joseph of Arimathea and what he has to say to us this morning.  I love the roads less traveled in Scripture because they contain so many scattered jewels that […]

August 21, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Thursday of Trinity 24 – Matthew 27:57-66

ShareMatthew 27:57-66 Today’s passage is just a little bit eerie.  But Holy Saturday is always that way to me. It’s like the unearthly eye of the storm, in which you feel calm but can’t feel peace because you just know something big is about to happen. For today, we must allow Jesus to be dead.  […]

November 21, 2012 | 1 Comment More

Thursday of the 12th Sunday after Trinity – Luke 23:50-24:12

ShareLuke 23:50-24:12 I love Joseph of Arimathea! It would be easy in this passage, with the empty tomb just around the corner, to completely forget about Joseph of Arimathea and what he has to say to us this morning.  I love the roads less traveled in Scripture because they contain so many scattered jewels that […]

September 14, 2011 | 4 Comments More