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Guest Post for Martin Luther King Jr. Day by Vahisha Hasan

The Living Psalms Project of the United Church of Christ invites a team of writers to interpret and share the Psalm for the Revised Common Lectionary each week as it speaks to justice. Vahisha Hasan is the writer for this … Continue reading

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Living Psalms — a re-engagement with an old oracle — Guest post Marvin K White

Living Psalms project which is a beginning model for the eventually much more detailed Emancipatory Liberation Psalter. It is an opportunity to put particular graced content into the Psalms portion of UCC.org’s Worshipways from Advent through Lent this year and … Continue reading

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From Argentina, reflection on Psalm 139, reflection on Orlando Florida

Gerardo Oberman of Argentina writes not only a reflection on Psalm 139 which speaks a clear word in the face of anti LGBTQI violence throughout the world, made so very clear in The Pulse nightclub brutality, but his reflection is … Continue reading

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Psalm 146 from la Comunidad Cristiana Latinoamericana en Onex, Switzerland,

This version of Psalm 146 was written for a women’s group in a Latin American Spanish speaking church in Switzerland la Comunidad Cristiana Latinoamericana (CCLA) en Onex, Ginebra, circuito de la Iglesia Evangélica Metodista Suiza, on the 28th of October … Continue reading

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Releyendo el Salmo 47, Re-reading Psalm 47, from Argentina

Gerardo Oberman’s re-reading of the psalm in translation Katie Fiegenbaum and I made a few shifts myself. Releyendo el Salmo 47 Empecemos a aplaudir, bailemos y saltemos de alegría, no dejemos de celebrar lo que merece ser celebrado. Porque Dios … Continue reading

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