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Homily on Luke 24:13-35

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Fritz von Uhde - Der Gang nach Emmaus (1891)

We can be walking along and not see Jesus walking next to us. How can we, who are disciples not see Christ among us and what does it take for us to see him? 

This is an unrehearsed homily, so there is no accompanying text!  

Sermon delivered at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Berkeley. 


April 26, 2017 - 2nd Wednesday of Easter

Homily on Luke 24:13-35.  Text is from Luke 24:13-35


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