Surprising Good Guys, November 2020

A New Testament professor taught me that parables should surprise us. Not in a jump-scare sort of surprise, but in a way the reveals to us the work God is interested and involved in. Today’s parable hasn’t surprised me for awhile. So I dug into it this week and, as I’d hoped, God was still there, ready to surprise me.

I worked most closely with Matthew 25.14-30.

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An Episcopal priest, bibliophile, dog owner, and Montanan

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