I suggested to my Bible study yesterday that the 13th chapter of Paul's letter to the Corinthians
is possibly the scripture passage best known to the average non-church-goer.
If that's true (and in a room full of church-goers that was pure speculation), why do you think it is?
Could be the remarkably beautiful and poetic language. Could be the powerful claims made.
Could be that the language itself transcends any particular belief system, and so resonates
Whatever the reason, are you going to try and bring this remarkable passage
to your congregation this week in a worship instead of a wedding context?
Or will you continue the story of the prophet in his home town, who certainly seems to NOT be feeling the love this week?
Maybe you will focus on young Jeremiah and his call from God. Or, maybe you are going a different direction all together.
Whatever you are planning for this week, let us know in comments. We're looking forward to hearing from you.
Links to the texts and more resources here.