The Path of the Prophet

Forth Sunday after the Epiphany
Scripture: Luke 4:21-30

This is the fourth in a four-part series focusing on refugee resettlement through Episcopal Migration Ministries. Today’s lesson focuses on what it means to be a prophet.

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LPTW EMM Epiphany 4, Year C, Younger Children
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God Calls Each Of Us

Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
Scripture: Jeremiah 1:4-10

Jeremiah is called by God to deliver difficult news during challenging times. He pleads that he is too young, but God is not accepting that excuse. Jeremiah had plenty of reason to be reluctant. But he becomes an historic prophet and serves during the reign of five different kings, before and during the exile.

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LPTW Epiphany 4, Year C, Old Testament, Younger Children
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Prophets in Their Hometown

Fourth Sunday After the Epiphany, Year C
Scripture: Luke 4:21-30

Prophets don’t do very well in their own hometown. It seems to be easier to hear hard sayings or even fresh insights from someone who comes from almost anywhere else. Perhaps it is because we remember when the prophet was a teen-ager, or because we helped raise this young person. Jesus is not spared this reality.

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LPTW Epiphany 4, Year C, Younger Children
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