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Year B Proper 15: some food for thought

“The Jews then disputed among themselves, ‘How can this man give us his flesh to eat?'” (John 6:52)

Well, one can hardly blame them. In search of some answers, I came across these pearls of wisdom, which I offer for your own sermon fodder and food for thought: 340 more words

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The sound of thin silence

The Times Saturday October 8 2011

Geoffrey Rowell on the mystery of faith

‘In the story of the prophet Elijah, fleeing in despair from the tyranny and apostasy of  King Ahab, God reveals himself not in the storm and whirlwind, the earthquake and fire, but in “a still small voice” – or, as the Hebrew may more precisely be translated, “the sound of thin silence”. 145 more words