Tag: Ten Commandments

Tuesday of Lent 4 – Mark 12:28-37

ShareMark 12:28-37 What is the greatest commandment?  And why is it the greatest commandment? Here are some answers that seem to be common in our culture: “Thou shalt not offend thy neighbor.” “Thou shalt not judge.” “Thou shalt live and let live.” “Thou shalt have the right to worship God or god any way thou […]

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Monday of Lent 3 – Mark 10:17-31

ShareMark 10:17-31 Poor rich young ruler.  He just didn’t get it.  He thought he had it made in this world.  He was rich, he kept the commandments of God from his youth, and he even understood that Jesus was a good teacher.  What else could God possibly want from him? What Jesus wanted was the […]

February 28, 2016 | 0 Comments More

Monday of Trinity 20 – Matthew 19:16-30

ShareMatthew 19:16-30 Questions are an important part of life.  At their best, they demonstrate a vivacious curiosity and engagement with life.  My twin brother Danny from an early age demonstrated a tenacious curiosity about things, a trait that has not abated as he and I approach the half-century mark. As a teacher, you realize that […]

November 2, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Tuesday of Lent 4 – Mark 12:28-37

ShareMark 12:28-37 What is the greatest commandment?  And why is it the greatest commandment? Here are some answers that seem to be common in our culture: “Thou shalt not offend thy neighbor.” “Thou shalt not judge.” “Thou shalt live and let live.” “Thou shalt have the right to worship God or god any way thou […]

March 31, 2014 | 1 Comment More

Monday of Lent 3 – Mark 10:17-31

ShareMark 10:17-31 Poor rich young ruler.  He just didn’t get it.  He thought he had it made in this world.  He was rich, he kept the commandments of God from his youth, and he even understood that Jesus was a good teacher.  What else could God possibly want from him? What Jesus wanted was the […]

March 24, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Monday of Trinity 20 – Matthew 19:16-30

ShareMatthew 19:16-30 Questions are an important part of life.  At their best, they demonstrate a vivacious curiosity and engagement with life.  My twin brother Danny from an early age demonstrated a tenacious curiosity about things, a trait that has not abated as he and I approach the half-century mark. As a teacher, you realize that […]

October 21, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Tuesday of Lent 4 – Mark 12:28-37

ShareMark 12:28-37 What is the greatest commandment?  And why is it the greatest commandment? Here are some answers that seem to be common in our culture: “Thou shalt not offend thy neighbor.” “Thou shalt not judge.” “Thou shalt live and let live.” “Thou shalt have the right to worship God or god any way thou […]

March 19, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Monday of Lent 3 – Mark 10:17-31

ShareMark 10:17-31 Poor rich young ruler.  He just didn’t get it.  He thought he had it made in this world.  He was rich, he kept the commandments of God from his youth, and he even understood that Jesus was a good teacher.  What else could God possibly want from him? What Jesus wanted was the […]

March 11, 2012 | 0 Comments More