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Tuesday 16 October

Galatians 5:1-6; Psalm 119T; Luke 11:37-41 Keeping Our Options Open? Paul’s frustration with the Galatians really centres on the fact that they were looking to cover their bases – they had accepted the message of Christ but they were also adhering to the Jewish Law just in case that was actually the “right” path. Paul […]

Friday 20 July

Isaiah 38:1-6,21-22,7-8, Canticle Isaiah, Matthew 12:1-8 Law and Mercy There is an unpleasant trait in us, even in children, and certainly in me, which can enjoy feeling smug when other people break rules or laws. So nice to feel virtuous! Jesus never condemned the Jewish Law, but he had no patience with those who misused […]