Resources on Epiphany

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Topical Study on Epiphany Often the content of our Christmas celebration is shaped by what we do with the weeks following Christmas. Churches that observe Christmas as a standalone event may find it difficult to get past the sentimentality of seeing a cute, mild-natured baby in the manger. But the incarnation involves much more... Epiphany Homilies Sermon (Complete) by Gabriel de Chadarevian http://www.hprweb.com/2014/12/homilies-for-january-2015/ Sermon (Complete) by Gabriel de Chadarevian Topics: Epiphany , Baptism , Calling , Holy Spirit Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Epiphany carries serious connotations for our lives. Homilies for remembering baptism, both of water and of Spirit, and for our response to Christ's call are appropriate during this time. Epiphany Image by Fernando Gallego https://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/g/gallego/epiphany.html Image by Fernando Gallego Topics: Epiphany , Art , Magi , Adoration Source: wga.hu This 15th century painting by Fernando Gallego depicts the Epiphany from Matthew 2:11, where the magi bow down and worship Christ. Epiphany Art Image by Maria Lord http://globalworship.tumblr.com/post/157806118240/epiphany-art-by-maria-lord Image by Maria Lord Topics: Epiphany , Christmas , Church , Art Source: Global Worship Images of biblical scenes for Epiphany by artist Maria Lord: Visit of the Magi, Jesus turning water into wine, John identifying Jesus as the Lamb of God, and the Transfiguration. Epiphany Image by John August Swanson http://www.johnaugustswanson.com/default.cfm/PID%3d1.2.9-6.html Image by John August Swanson Topics: Epiphany , Art , Magi Source: The Art of John August Swanson This 1988 painting by John August Swanson depicts Epiphany from Matthew 2:1-12, where the Magi visit Christ. The Epiphany Image by Hieronymus Bosch https://www.wga.hu/html_m/b/bosch/1early/04epipha.html Image by Hieronymus Bosch Topics: Epiphany , Magi , Art Source: wga.hu This 15th century painting by Hieronymus Bosch depicts the Epiphany from Matthew 2:11, where the magi bow down and worship Christ. Inviting Epiphany Commentary/Exegesis by Jan L. Richardson http://paintedprayerbook.com/2008/12/30/inviting-epiphany/ Commentary/Exegesis by Jan L. Richardson Topics: Epiphany , Blessing , Work , Women Source: The Painted Prayerbook This collage (Wise Women Also Came) and poem by Jan L. Richardson juxtapose the magi's journey and presentation of gifts with the wise and experienced midwives who helped Mary through childbirth. The Adoration of the Magi (Epiphany) Image by Pietro Perugino https://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/p/perugino/christ/epiphan.html Image by Pietro Perugino Topics: Epiphany , Art , Magi , Adoration Source: wga.hu This 15th century painting by Pietro Perugino depicts Matthew 2:11, where the magi bow down and worship Christ. God's Manifestation Commentary/Exegesis by Frank M. Yamada https://www.workingpreacher.org/preaching.aspx?commentary_id=33 Commentary/Exegesis by Frank M. Yamada Topics: Epiphany , Lectionary , Glory Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Isaiah 9:1-4 focuses on the Epiphany season, noting God's manifestation in the world through the person of Jesus Christ as those who once dwelled in anguish will experience the joy of God's abundance. The Epiphany of Christ Commentary/Exegesis by Megan Pardue http://www.aplainaccount.org/matthew-21-12/ Commentary/Exegesis by Megan Pardue Topics: Magi , Herod , Suffering , Discipleship Source: A Plain Account This commentary by Megan Pardue on Matthew 2:1-12 encourages us both to "seek epiphanies" by paying attention to Christ's revelation and to respond to Christ's presence by offering our gifts. Epiphany, Chiasm, and Dreams Commentary/Exegesis by Jan Schnell Rippentrop https://www.workingpreacher.org/preaching.aspx?commentary_id=3523 Commentary/Exegesis by Jan Schnell Rippentrop Topics: Epiphany , Herod , King , Scripture Source: Working Preacher Jan Schnell Rippentrop offers commentary on the Epiphany passage of Matthew 2:1-12, particularly highlighting its chiasm and unique structure. The Epiphany of the Lord Sermon Starter/Outline by Reginald H. Fuller http://liturgy.slu.edu/EpiphanyB010718/theword_indepth.html Sermon Starter/Outline by Reginald H. Fuller Topics: Epiphany , Revelation , Gentiles , Magi Source: The Sunday Website Reginald Fuller explains Isaiah 60:1-6, Psalm: 72, Ephesians 3:2-3a, 5-6, and Matthew 2:1-12, and attempts to regain the original emphasis of Epiphany, which is the revelation of God in Christ. Commentary on Readings for Epiphany Commentary/Exegesis by Reginald H. Fuller http://liturgy.slu.edu/EpiphanyA16/theword_indepth.html Commentary/Exegesis by Reginald H. Fuller Topics: Epiphany , Gentiles , David , Herod Source: The Sunday Website Reginald H. Fuller offers commentary and insights on Epiphany and the following readings: Psalm 72:1-13; Isaiah 60:1-6; Matthew 2:1-12; and Ephesians 3:2-3, 5-6. Full Text Hymns on Epiphany As with gladness men of oldPD
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Epiphany: Light for All Gentiles Article by Carolyn Brown http://worshipingwithchildren.blogspot.com/2010/09/year-epiphany-sunday-january-2-or.html Article by Carolyn Brown Topics: Epiphany , Light , World , Magi Source: Worshiping With Children Carolyn Brown offers ways to observe and celebrate Epiphany with children in mind. Epiphany Insights Article by Edward Markquart http://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=1869 Article by Edward Markquart Topics: Epiphany , Preparation , Sermon , Scripture Reading Source: Working Preacher This article is a collection of exegetical insights on Scripture readings for the six Sundays of Epiphany in which the author argues that the best resource for a sermon is the preacher's own Spirit-filled imagination. Epiphany Prayer: God of All Good Gifts Element of Worship by Thomas Turner https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2016/12/epiphany-prayer-god-of-all-good-gifts.html Element of Worship by Thomas Turner Topics: Epiphany , Prayer , Gift , God Source: Re-Worship A prayer of petition or dedication for Epiphany. This prayer asks God for mercy, that our lives would be an offering as we look to God to rule with justice (Matthew 2:1-12). Epiphany Prayers Element of Worship by Joe Milner http://liturgy.slu.edu/EpiphanyA16/ideas_other.html Element of Worship by Joe Milner Topics: Epiphany , Goodness , Peace , Prayer Source: The Sunday Website Inspired by from Isaiah 60:1-6; Matthew 2:1-12; and Ephesians 3:2-3, Joe Milner offers these intercessory prayers as worship resources to be used for Epiphany. Epiphany Prayer: Morning Star Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2016/12/epiphany-prayer-morning-star.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Epiphany , Prayer , Hospitality , Stranger Source: Re-Worship A prayer for holy discomfort and God's grace to "open our hearts and homes ...to visitors filled with unfamiliar wisdom." Written for Epiphany. Baptism and Epiphany Commentary/Exegesis by Regina D. Langley http://www.theafricanamericanlectionary.org/PopupLectionaryReading.asp?LRID=63 Commentary/Exegesis by Regina D. Langley Topics: Epiphany , Baptism , Birth , Jesus Source: The African American Lectionary Here is a commentary on Matthew 2:1-12 and Galatians 3:23-28 from Regina Langley for baptism and Epiphany. She includes current context, biblical exegesis, the "senses", and other sermon suggestions. Call to Worship for Epiphany Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2016/12/epiphany-call-to-worship-arise-shine.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Epiphany , Worship , Advent , Light Source: Re-Worship A call to worship inspired by Isaiah 60:1-3 for use during Epiphany, highlighting a joyful response to the coming of the Christ child. Why Not "Move" Advent to November? Article by Lester Ruth https://www.reformedworship.org/article/september-2003/why-not-move-advent-november Article by Lester Ruth Topics: Epiphany , Advent , Incarnation , Liturgy Source: Reformed Worship Lester Ruth relates how he tried observing Advent in November for a congregation that did not have a strong tradition of Advent. He also discusses situations in which "moving" Advent would not work well.

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