Monthly Archives: February 2015

Did God really tell you that…?

To be done Introduction I. II. II. Conclusion

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Healing of the person with Leprosy Mark 1:40-45

Introduction Last week we have meditated and reflected on the ‘Sign’ – Wedding at Cana. For this week we shall begin with the miracle found in Mark 1:40-45 for today where Jesus healed the person with leprosy. We shall then … Continue reading

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Wedding at Cana: CHANGE?

Introduction We have come to the final reflection on the sign that Jesus did during the ‘Wedding at Cana’. This concluding reflection draws on the reflections made earlier through this week and then builds on before the final conclusion. We … Continue reading

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The steward and the cultural imperialism at ‘The wedding at Cana’

Introduction We have seen the importance that the ordinary stone jars played in the first sign of Jesus at Cana. When ‘contents’ of the jars were transformed, they are transported from periphery to the centre. It is not that the … Continue reading

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The symbolic 6 stone jars: Are they included in God’s Mission?

Introduction 1 Old identity and old role As we focus on the 6 stone jars for our reflection today, we begin with their old identity. Where were they placed and what was the purpose of these jars? The Jews had … Continue reading

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Servants: Partners in Mission through the sign of ‘Wedding at Cana’

Introduction Yesterday we reflected on Mary and the theological affirmation of her title: ‘Theotokos’. Today I invite your reflections on the Servants and being partners in mission. The WCC has worked on an Ecumenical Mission affirmation since the 9th Assembly … Continue reading

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Mary becoming a model for our action-reflection: RISE

Introduction I am excited to once again reflect on Mary during this lent. I do not consider myself fitting to do this leave alone as an expert, not even as an ordinary Orthodox Christian. However, I try to share my … Continue reading

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