Resources on Barbara K. Lundblad

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You shall know the truth Audio/Video by Barbara K. Lundblad http://commons.ptsem.edu/id/03331 Audio/Video by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Freedom , Truth , Jesus , Grace Source: Theological Commons (Princeton Theological Seminary) In this audio sermon from John 8:31-36, Barbara Lundblad reflects on the uses of the concept of truth in John's gospel. We are called to bend down (8:6) and listen to voices that have been silenced. Binding and Loosing This Side of Heaven Audio/Video by Barbara K. Lundblad http://commons.ptsem.edu/id/06529 Audio/Video by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Women , Pain , Discipline Source: Theological Commons (Princeton Theological Seminary) In this audio sermon on Matthew 18:15-20, Barbara Lundblad suggests that loosing some prohibitions in scripture does not mean losing the word of God. The responsibility of Christians to address poverty (part 1) Audio/Video by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/2123-the_rev_dr_barbara_k_lundblad_part_1__day1_conversations_with_peter_wallace Audio/Video by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Poverty , Justice Source: Day1 A conversation that focuses on the responsibility of Christians to confront issues of poverty and hunger around the world. A Mother's Prayer Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/seventh-sunday-of-easter-3/commentary-on-john-1720-26-3 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Prayer , Wisdom , Jesus , Commentary Source: Working Preacher This commentary on John 17:20-26 explores the heart of God as both Father and Mother through Jesus' prayer in the garden. What might we have yet to discover about God's voice? Threatening the Government Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/narrative-lectionary/last-supper/commentary-on-luke-221-27-2 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Sin , Jesus , Passover , Offering Source: Working Preacher In Luke 22:1-27, Jesus is a threat to the government. A plot is formed, and Jesus is seized at the Last Supper. Some are jailed for faith today. Christ always threatens the powerful. Who Will Feed Them? You. Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/7931-barbara_lundblad_who_will_feed_them_you Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Jesus , Social Justice , Food , Poverty Source: Day1 Reflecting on Matthew 14:13-21, Barbara Lundblad says that the disciples offered a thoughtful, even compassionate idea for making sure people had something to eat. But Jesus had another idea. You give them something to eat. Immanuel Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/fourth-sunday-of-advent/commentary-on-isaiah-710-16-4 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Lectionary , Advent Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Isaiah 7:10-16 exegetes the passage, and focuses on the Immanuel theme and Matthew's Christmas story (Matthew 1:18-25). Living in the Postscript Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/790-living_in_the_postscript Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Easter , Daily Living , Resurrection Source: Day1 A sermon on John 21:1-14. Lundblad reminds us that Jesus is present in the postscript when the story seems to be over. When we see Jesus in our postscript lives, we say, "It is the Lord!" Will the True Bible Family Please Stand Up? Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/893-will_the_true_bible_family_please_stand_up Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Family , Jesus , Families Source: Day1 Barbara Lundblad examines Jesus’ varied teaching on family, centering this sermon on Matthew 10:34-42. Scripture offers no statement or example of what a family should look like, but Jesus expands the idea of family. Christ's Body on Earth Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/day-of-pentecost-3/commentary-on-john-148-17-25-27 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Pentecost , Community , Church , Holy Spirit Source: Working Preacher This commentary on John 14:18-17, 25-27 shows that to be with God is not to be in some other place, but to experience God's presence here on earth through the Holy Spirit. A Hopeful Fanatic Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/4049-a_hopeful_fanatic Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Hospitality , Social class , Poor , Children Source: Day1 Barbara Lundblad examines Jesus' teaching in Mark 9:30-37 that the disciples are to act as children, revealing that Jesus was a hopeless fanatic about opening up God's kingdom to those who are ignored or denigrated. Experiencing the Resurrection Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/resurrection-of-our-lord-3/commentary-on-john-201-18-5 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Jesus , Resurrection , Easter , Faith Source: Working Preacher This commentary outlines John 20:1-18 as a drama containing two scenes. It reflects on the responses of the characters to the resurrection in each of the scenes. Moving and Standing Still Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/902-moving_and_standing_still Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Easter , Awareness of God , Daily Living , God's Presence Source: Day1 Barbara Lundblad uses Jesus' appearance on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35) to remind us that the journey of faith moves slowly, but God is ever present in not just our extraordinary but our ordinary days. How Do We React? Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/narrative-lectionary/crucifixion-2/commentary-on-luke-2332-47-2 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Death , Jesus , Commentary , Messiah Source: Working Preacher In Luke 23:32-47 we see three groups of people. There are those who stood by, about whom we know little. There are those who mocked Jesus. There are also those who recognized their savior being crucified. Baptism-Shaped Life Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/1024-baptismshaped_life Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Baptism , Prayer , Holy Spirit , Sermon Source: Day1 In this sermon on Luke 3:15-17 and 21-22, Barbara Lundblad uses the events immediately following Jesus’ baptism to show that the Holy Spirit dwells within us. An Impulse That Lasted a Lifetime Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/narrative-lectionary/zacchaeus-2/commentary-on-luke-1831-43-191-10 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Jesus , Commentary , Taxes , Day Source: Working Preacher On the way to Jerusalem, Jesus met a some delays. One of them was Zacchaeus, who, in Luke 18:31--19:10, followed an impulse. "Climb the tree, see Jesus." Simple, but long-lasting, as Jesus interacted and changed Zacchaeus. I Will Not Leave You Orphaned Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/735-i_will_not_leave_you_orphaned Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Mother's Day , Holy Spirit , God's Presence , Promises Source: Day1 In this sermon on John 14:15-21, Barbara Lundblad discusses how Jesus’ promise never to leave us orphaned remains true through the presence of the Holy Spirit within us. Seeing God's Word Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/first-sunday-of-advent/commentary-on-isaiah-21-5-4 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Advent , Commentary , Isaiah , Words Source: Working Preacher What does it mean that Isaiah "saw" God's word? Can we visualize it too? This commentary on Isaiah 2:1-5 explores how we might begin. Closing the Great Chasm Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/2036-closing_the_great_chasm_faith__global_hunger_part_2 Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Parables , Poverty , Prosperity , Generosity Source: Day1 In this sermon, Barbara Lundblad uses the story of the rich man and Lazarus to remind us of our responsibility, as Christians, to see and to feed the hungry among us. A Word out of Place Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/third-sunday-of-advent/commentary-on-isaiah-351-10-3 Commentary/Exegesis by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Isaiah , Hope , Prophecy , Lectionary Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Isaiah 35:1-10 suggests the text dares to speak a word out of place, a word that refuses to wait until things improved, a word of hope despite the data.

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