The celebration continues with the Great Fifty Days called Eastertide. I hope you’re enjoying the Practice Resurrection series each week. Hallelujah! Christ is risen!
Look: Sun, Edvard Munch
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Tuesday (5/21) - Psalm 61, 62; Wisdom 10:1-21; Romans 12:1-21; Luke 8:1-15
Wednesday (5/22) - Psalm 72; Wisdom 13:1-9; Romans 13:1-14; Luke 8:16-25
Thursday (5/23) - Psalm 71; Wisdom 14:27-15:3; Romans 14:1-12; Luke 8:26-39
Friday (5/24) - Psalm 106; Wisdom 16:15-17:1; Romans 14:13-23; Luke 8:40-56
Saturday (5/25) - Psalm 75, 76; Wisdom 19:1-8,18-22; Romans 15:1-13; Luke 9:1-17
Sunday Scripture readings are taken from the Revised Common Lectionary (Year C). Daily Scripture readings are taken from the Book of Common Prayer (Year 1), using the Psalm selections for Morning Prayer. This week’s readings include the Book of Wisdom from the Apocrypha so I’ve linked to the RSV. Here’s a helpful commentary If you’re wondering if Anglicans (or other Protestants) read the Apocrypha.
In previous years, we've celebrated the Great 50 Days between Easter Sunday and Pentecost Sunday (aka, Eastertide) with a series I've dubbed Practice Resurrection (after the Wendell Berry poem). It's one of my favorite series all year, and I'm excited to start again. I need your photos and captions to make it work. To help prime the pump, I thought you might enjoy the list of ideas I brainstormed for simple ways to practice resurrection.
Choose 1 idea or 50, but whatever you do, do it with gusto!
Here's how you can share your photo stories with me for the blog:
1. Add something to your day that helps you practice resurrection (one day or fifty days -doesn't matter).
2. Take a picture and write a description in 1-50 words.
I look forward to hearing from you!
(See all Eastertide posts from 2018 here.)