Please read the Duke Wordpress Policies. What could be more wonderful than to share and enjoy the bread of fellowship that unites us to each other and to God? Reflection on Luke 3:1-17. Every disciple – ,man and woman – has to feel responsible for the mission. The disciples had been observing these “seasons of prayer” for some time. When you watched him pray, his eyes were open, staring intently; like he actually expected an answer. "Mommy, can I have an egg for breakfast?" REFLECTION. Since my … International Bible Lessons Commentary. We slow down. (1) A request from the disciples: Lord, teach us to pray. While still more people gathered in the crowd, Jesus said to them, "This generation is an evil generation; it seeks a sign, but no sign will be given it, except the sign of Jonah. a. Luke 11; CHARLES SIMEON- sermons. Give us day by day our daily bread. Friday of week 27 of Ordinary Time; Luke 11:27-28. TIBERIUS, PILATE, HEROD, ETC. Lk 6:12 In these days he went out to the mountain to pray,… Thy kingdom come. Jesus’ Teaching on Prayer - One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. Wednesday of week 27 of Ordinary Time; Luke 11:5-13. In Luke 11:1-13, Jesus answers a fundamental question of the life of faith — how to pray — with five petitions1 and accompanying instruction on what attitude to assume and how God will respond (see also Luke 18:1-14). Sunday reflection: Luke 11:1-13. What could be more necessary than to receive and give again the transforming “bread of life” that sustains and heals our bodies and souls, our neighborhoods and communities, indeed the whole of creation? Luke does not record any response to Jesus’ defense of His disciples’ action. Luke 3:11. Thursday of week 3 of Lent; Luke 11:15-26. (3-4) Luke explains the … Give to us each day our bread for the day. In 11:2-4, He gives us the pattern for prayer, that we are to pray to the Father about His concerns and we are to pray about the family’s needs. Lectionary Reflections Luke 11:1-13 July 28, 2013 "Daddy, can I have a piece of fish? This is even more than Paul wrote. Luke 3:1-20. The latter adopts the derivation from ἐπιέναι, to come on, and concludes by saying, "the familiar rendering, daily, which has prevailed uninterruptedly in the Western Church from the beginning, is a fairly adequate representation of the original; nor, indeed, does the English language furnish any one word which would answer the purpose so well." The reflection represents only my own point of view, intended to help prepare myself for the Lord’s day and perhaps spark a meaningful discussion. This entry was posted in Gospel of Luke, Gospel Reflection, Liturgy Resources, Prayer Resources, Scripture and tagged 4th Sunday Lent Year C, 4th Sunday of Lent, Donal Neary SJ, Gospel Reflection, Lent, Love, Luke 13:1-9, Mercy, Pope Francis, Prodigal Son, Sunday Gospel Reading and Reflection, Sunday Scripture and Reflection for 6th March 2016. I take it that this means our Lord was taking a time out for prayer, as He often did. PREACHING, BAPTISM, AND IMPRISONMENT OF JOHN. The prayer serves as an affirmation of the worldview Jesus teaches and embodies throughout Luke and suggests … Continue reading "Commentary on Luke 11:1 … Wouldn’t it be a powerful witness if our churches were places where the ovens are always baking, extending genuine fellowship to a lonely world in need of communion? “So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will … Suppose, too, that he and his wife were to accept your invitation. Russell E. Saltzman-published on 01/07/18. Now in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate being governor of Judea, Herod being tetrarch of Galilee, his brother Philip tetrarch of Iturea and the region of Trachonitis, and Lysanias tetrarch of Abilene, while Annas and Caiaphas were high priests, a. Soon afterwards he went on through cities and villages, proclaiming and bringing the good news of the kingdom of God. In response, Jesus offers a three-part teaching, including a model prayer, a parable about prayer, and some sayings about prayer. Luke 11:3 Give us day by day our daily bread The petition for daily bread Human nature is made up of two parts, soul and body, and the Lord’s prayer is so framed as to have direct reference to the wants of both. Luke 11.1-4 %22Click for audio%22 Lord, Teach Us to Pray Introduction Jesus was a man of prayer. I have returned multiple times to be embraced by the Father’s love. Commentary, Luke 11:1-13, Meda Stamper, Preaching This Week, WorkingPreacher.org, 2016. - Give us day by day our daily bread. An application of this to the blessings of our heavenly Father ( Luke 11:13 ): If ye then, being evil , give, and know how to give, good gifts to your children, much more shall God give you the Spirit . When he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.” He said to them, “When you pray, say: “‘Father, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come. Today the Pharisees continue their criticism of Jesus. 1 It happened, that when he finished praying in a certain place, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John also taught his disciples.” “It happened, that when he finished praying in a certain place” (v. 1a). 11 He was praying in a certain place, and after … Reflection on Luke 11:1-4 ~ I find it curious that one of Jesus’s disciples wants to know how to pray as John taught. Happy New Year! Reflection: Luke 11:5-13 Luke 11:5-13 Today’s Gospel begins with Jesus asking his disciples “what they would do” if a friend woke them out of a deep sleep in the middle of the night and asked them for a loaf of bread. The first (Lk 11:1–4) recounts Jesus teaching his disciples the Christian communal prayer, the “Our Father”; the second (Lk 11:5–8), the importance of persistence in prayer; the third (Lk 11:9–13), the effectiveness of … Or we find the bread but not the fellowship. We will post the reflections on Wednesdays, a week and a half prior to the Sundays on which the readings fall. Tuesday, 19 July 2016. This is the fourth in a special summer series of guest posts featuring lectionary-based reflections on health. Luke’s *Gospel tells the story of the life and work of Jesus. Sunday of week 17 of Ordinary Time (Cycle C) Luke 11:1-4. As the time draws nearer, your wife asks how many places to set at the table. Saturday of week 27 of Ordinary Time; Jesus sends his disciples as sheep among wolves. Read more here. August (3) Bless the Lord, a Reflection on Psalm 103:1-7; Ask, Knock, a Reflection on Luke 11:1-13; Aftermath, a reflection on Job 42:7-17 July (11) June (13) May (10) April (8) March (16) February (16) January (19) 2015 (326) ii. But we do enough to know that what makes our living possible and a joy is the simplicity of bread and the fellowship it makes possible. Luke 11 - below is are the sermon for Luke 11:1; SERMON BIBLE COMMENTARY. d. Yet to come, applied to Christ, the Bread of life, who is to come hereafter. Reflection: Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 Saturday of the Second Week of Lent – Luke 15:1-3, 11-32. Reflection for Sunday July 28, Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Luke 11:1-13 Gospel: Luke 11:1-13 Jesus was praying in a certain place, and when he had finished, one of his disciples said to him, "Lord, teach us to pray just as John taught his disciples." The Prodigals Luke 15:11-32 Linden Heights Baptist Church The Parable of the Lost Son 11 Jesus continued: “There was a man who had two sons. God wants us to know life in its fullness and abundance. 3 Give us each day our daily bread * 4 and forgive us our sins. And thus has to pray to the Father to send workers to continue the mission. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Luke 5:1-11 EXEGESIS: LUKE 5:1-11. CHAPTER 3. In 11:5-13, Jesus continues His instruction by showing us how we should approach God in prayer. Give us each day our daily bread. John tells them in Luke 3:11 to share with those who have need. 1, 2. The teaching of St. John the Baptist, as it is described to us in Scripture, was perhaps different to what many would have expected. He was always in the mode of prayer. Give us each day our daily bread. Even our Lord's own age ( Luke 3:23) is determined by it [BENGEL]. As John’s Gospel puts it, Christ is the “bread of life,” the bread “come down from heaven.” When we partake of this bread we are transformed from the inside so that we can be hospitable to each other as God has been hospitable to us from the beginning of time. Luke wrote two books of the *New Testament (NT). In the fifteenth … When … "The prayer serves as an affirmation of the worldview Jesus teaches and embodies throughout Luke and suggests how the good news might be made manifest in us." TEACH US TO PRAY (Luke 11:1-4) 11:1-4 Jesus was praying in a certain place, and when he stopped, one of his disciples said to him, "Lord, teach us to pray, as John taught his disciples." Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth. Reflections on the Sunday Lectionary Readings David Owen and Mark Smith reflect on the lectionary of Sunday scripture readings. is, our bread for the coming day. The rendering in the margin of Rev. This should not be surprising to us, particularly if we recognize that in the sharing of bread we become companions to one another. 11) has respect also to the position into which they came before the gift of the Holy Ghost. Luke 11:1–13 The Lord’s Prayer 11 Now Jesus 1 was praying in a certain place, and when he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, g as John taught his disciples.” 2 And he said to them, h “ When you pray , say : In my house, there is no greater excitement than the aroma of bread baking in the oven. I have also been the jealous son. Wouldn’t it be nice if all the people we knew were like God, whose door is always welcoming and whose oven is always baking? 1. The fullness of life is diminished when we mostly eat alone or on the run. When people gather around freshly baked slices they share stories, express hopes, find help, and confess their worries. Matthew and Luke's report of … My guess is that the Pharisees went off, stunned, silent, and sullen. There is pain behind those words. The need is so great that we will not take “No” for an answer. This evangelist has mentioned Christ’s praying much more frequently than any of the other evangelists. LORD, TEACH US TO PRAY. The petition for daily bread. After all, why ask for bread when we can just as well go into a store and purchase a loaf from among the multiple varieties on the shelf? In a world where fragmentation, loneliness, and speed rule, and where bread is little more than a product, we need the fellowship of companions more than ever before. Teaching on prayer. In the Eucharist, Christ has become our food and drink so that we can become the food that nurtures others into his abundant, communion-building life. So it was with Jesus’ ministry. 13 “Not long after that, the younger… Share on Twitter. Peter had a poor night’s fishing – never such a bad catch. God wants us to taste and experience the inexhaustible, triune communion life that welcomes, nurtures, and celebrates the world. c. Above all being, hence pre-eminent, excellent. "The prayer serves as an affirmation of the worldview Jesus teaches and embodies throughout Luke and suggests how the good news might be made manifest in us." Either, therefore, Christ taught His disciples this prayer on two separate occasions, or St. Matthew added it to the sermon on the mount, in order to make that sermon a complete summary of evangelical doctrine. Sermon Bible Commentary. Great differences of opinion exist among commentators as to the strict meaning of the word rendered daily. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Luke 3:1-6 EXEGESIS: LUKE 3:1-2. The first two chapters have provided a theological context for the story of Jesus and have placed Jesus as God’s chosen one by foretelling and grounding his … It would be profitless to the English reader to go into the discussion. Luke 11:1-13 - NIV: One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. We talk about the day. This should not be surprising to us, particularly if we recognize that in the sharing of bread we become companions to one another. Luke 11:1-13 (Luke 11:1) And it came to pass, that, as he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of We need companions to make it through life. We worship a God who loves bread. In Luke 3:11, he tells them to be generous. We need bread daily to keep us alive. Sometimes the craving for companionship is so powerful that we might, like the midnight seeker in Luke, go pounding on the door of a friend to ask for bread. Luke shows us that God is not only a heavenly Father – God is also a heavenly Baker. November 19, 2015 panderoo “Lord teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples”. Human nature is made up of two parts, soul and body, and the Lord’s prayer is so framed as to have direct reference to the wants of both. c g. And lead us not into temptation. • Luke 10, 2-3: Co-responsibility. When he has finished praying, one of his disciples asks, “Lord, teach us to pray…” (11:1). The Lord’s Prayer is a daily prayer because we need a constant reminder that God is interested in companionship as much as he is in the feeding of our physical bodies. Share on Facebook. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Our fourth guest post is by Professor Norman Wirzba, reflecting on the lectionary reading from Luke 11:1-3. When Christians gather around the Lord’s Table they gradually learn that every table is a place for fellowship, a place around which bodies are nurtured, souls are inspired, and relationships are healed and reconciled. Public Domain. Jesus then tells them that they are evil yet they give good gifts to their children. Prayer is the fundamental work of the Christian. Jesus sends his disciples as sheep among wolves. Commentary on Luke 3:23-38 (Read Luke 3:23-38 ) Matthew's list of the forefathers of Jesus showed that Christ was the son of Abraham, in whom all the families of the earth are blessed, and heir to the throne of David; but Luke shows that Jesus was the Seed of the woman that should break the serpent's head, and traces the line up to Adam, beginning with Eli, or Heli, the father, … We step out of our own obsessions and preoccupations so that we can attend to each other. A companion is someone who comes with (com) bread (panis). Jesus’ Teaching on Prayer - One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. Luke 11:1-4. The Connection is powered by WordPress at Duke WordPress Sites. The day Peter threw his life away: A reflection on Luke 5:1-11. 2. In many of our institutions and personal life, there can be the sense of failure and of doom. Previous Sunday Reflections from the main page can be found here. This word, in all Greek literature, occurs only in these two evangelists, in SS. This passage starts with Jesus at prayer. Contact the Duke WordPress team. A satisfactory discussion must assume the reader's knowledge of Greek. And he entered into one of the ships, which was Simon's, &c.] Simon Peter's, and Andrew his brother's, who were both together at this time, though the last is not here mentioned: and prayed him that he would thrust out a little from the land: Just as Jonah became a sign to the Ninevites, Joanna / January 4, 2021. Luke 11:1–13 The Lord’s Prayer 11 Now Jesus 1 was praying in a certain place, and when he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, g as John taught his disciples.” 2 And he said to them, h “ When you pray , say : Luke wrote to a first century world that was burnt out on “if it feels good, do it” living; yet it was offended by the crazy superstitions of most religions. “Give us each day our daily bread.” I can’t think of a better place for pastors and church members to rethink their life together. that you may want to read to your class as part of your Bible study. Suppose that you and your wife were to invite the president over for dinner. Here the curtain of the New Testament is, as it were, drawn up, and the greatest of all epochs of the Church commences. The birds and squirrels will just have to wait and find their food elsewhere. Luke 3:3. Luke 11:5-13 The Word of God . d ’ ” h As he was praying in a certain place — Our Lord’s whole time was occupied, either in instructing his numerous followers, or in confirming his doctrine by miracles of mercy, wrought for the relief of the afflicted, or in the exercises of devotion. He answered and said to them, “He who has two tunics, let him give to him who has none; and he who has food, let him do likewise.” The people in Luke 3:10 want to keep their possessions. Required fields are marked *. 12 The younger one said to his father, ‘Father, give me my share of the estate.’ So he divided his property between them. Luke 11:1-13. When he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.” He said to them, “When you pray, say: “ ‘Father, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come. And he said to them, 'Suppose one of you has a friend, and you go to him at midnight and say to him, "Friend, lend me three loaves of bread; for a friend of mine has arrived, and I have nothing to set before him." 3 Give us each day our daily bread. Reflections on Luke 3 Posted: January 24, 2014 | Author: wtmcalilly | Filed under: 2014 Bible Reading Plan | Tags: Baptism #LukeActs2014, Luke 3 | 2 Comments This week begins a real shift in Luke’s Gospel. The first being: who taught me to pray and how important prayer is in my life. When we calm down, pass the butter and jam, and stop smacking our lips, we then rest in each other’s company and in the love of our bread baker. Verse 3. 2. It is not ready to shed figs upon its neighbors just yet. Our fourth guest post is by Professor Norman Wirzba, reflecting on the lectionary reading from Luke 11:1-3 We worship a God who loves bread. Food and clothing, or whatever you have. Luke 11 – Jesus Teaches and Warns A. Luke 11:3. But the word does not necessarily mean the morrow. Companions share and nurture life, giving daily routines a flavor that lasts long after they have physically departed from us. Reflection on Luke 11:1-4. In my mi… Perhaps seeing Jesus’s praying prompted an interior desire. "And further, if the command not to be anxious is tantamount to a prohibition against prayer for the object about which we are forbidden to be anxious, then not only must we not pray for to-morrow's food, but we must not pray for food at all; since the Lord bids us (Matthew 6:25) not to be anxious for our life" (Lightfoot, condensed). A companion is someone who comes with (com) bread (panis). The two books amount to a quarter of the NT. 1 Now in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate being governor of Judea, and Herod being tetrarch (Greek: tetraarchountos—tetrarch) of Galilee, and his brother Philip tetrarch of the region of Ituraea and Trachonitis, and Lysanias tetrarch of Abilene, 2 in … He had not only been sanctified to God in the world, and had been born of holy parents and kept unspotted from the … 2 And he said unto them, When ye pray, say, Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. There would be the president and his wife, certainly a number of security people, undoubted the press, and on an on it would go. The people will just have to move on and harvest other trees. Luke 5: 1-11. What may have begun as a rather intimate meal, would quickly become a large production. Our fourth guest post is by Professor Norman Wirzba, reflecting on the lectionary reading from Luke 11:1-3. for we ourselves forgive everyone in debt to us, and do not subject us to the final test.” He said to them, "When you pray, say, O Father, let your name be held in reverence. This is why we ask, “Give us each day our daily bread.” But what happens when we forget to ask, or think it silly to ask? EXEGESIS: LUKE 11:1. The Biblical Illustrator. ""No, have this plate of snakes." Every disciple – ,man and woman – has to feel responsible for the mission. There would need no comment upon this - at first sight - quite simple prayer, but for the word ἐπιούσιος, rendered "daily." Jesus’s response is a prayer that any Jewish man would be comfortable with except that for Jesus the Father is a reachable reality. The first task is that of praying so that God may send workers. They are upset and angry that Jesus not only welcomes sinners but he also has the audacity sit down at table and eat with them. He was praying, Luke tells us, “in a certain place” (v. 1). Luke 11.1-13 (NRSV) The Lord’s Prayer. Reflection on Luke 13:1-9 The fig tree needs more time. website along with the . (Images by flickr users madlyinlovewithlife and MattGerlachPhotography via Creative Commons), Your email address will not be published. We will post the reflections on Wednesdays, a week and a half prior to the Sundays on which the readings fall. Gift, Discovery, Hospitality. Proper Prayer – Luke 11:1-4. We all become fairly giddy with anticipation, jostling for position as we each seek the first slice. Those who are interested in the question will find it treated by Tholuck ("Sermon on the Mount"), and also very exhaustively by Bishop Lightfoot ("On a Fresh Revision of the New Testament"). You know you could not be so unnatural to your own children,” Luke 11:11, 12. The world then, as today, longs for what Christianity offers: faith founded on fact. 5-13. The first task is that of praying so that God may send workers. Now it came to pass, as He was praying in a certain place, when He ceased, that one of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, teach us … Luke 11: 29-32 Reflection Gospel Lk 11:29-32. It is objected to this that it contradicts the Lord's precept in Matthew 6:34 :, not to be anxious for the morrow. The Disciples’ Request (11:1) Jesus was, once again, at prayer. Later in Luke’s gospel Jesus will tell a parable that speaks to “the need to always pray” (Luke 18:1) and Paul tells the Thessalonians in his first letter to them that it is their duty to “pray without ceasing” (1 Thes 5:17). Thursday of week 27 of Ordinary Time; Luke 11:14-23. (a) That is, as much as is needed for us this day, by which we are not prevented from having an honest care for the maintenance of our lives; but that complaining care, which kills a number of men, is cut off and restrained. In Luke 11:1-13, Jesus answers a fundamental question of the life of faith — how to pray — with five petitions1 and accompanying instruction on what attitude to assume and how God will respond (see also Luke 18:1-14). Jesus is arguing from the lesser to the greater. Commentary, Luke 11:1-13, Meda Stamper, Preaching This Week, WorkingPreacher.org, 2016. "If the prayer were said in the evening, no doubt it would mean the following day; but supposing it to be used before dawn, it would designate the day then breaking" (the coming day). Norman Wirzba is professor of theology and ecology at Duke Divinity School. We worship a God who loves bread. Reflection on Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 ~ Rembrandt’s Prodigal Son painting hangs prominently in the most used room of our home. 1 And it came to pass, that, as he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples. Daily: regarding the days in their future succession. Though our bellies may be full, even overfull, we are left craving for the fulfillment that comes from being in reconciled relationships with God and our neighbors. Luke 8:1-3. The principal explanations are the following: b. Luke shows us all through his gospel that time and time again Jesus could be found praying. It extends, even, to God’s daily feeding of the entire creation, so that altogether we can be healthy, whole, and at peace. At Peace Mennonite, we are currently using the Narrative Lectionary for worship. (Read all of Luke 11) The prayer which He taught His disciples (chap. For our sustenance (physical), and so necessary. Who has time to bake bread, let alone sit around and eat it slowly with others? True prayer is simply _____with God and that can happen anytime and anywhere. Posted by DJL on May 10, 2013 in Daily Bread | 1 comment. When he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.” He said to them, “When you pray, say: “‘Father, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come. JESUS CALLS THE FIRST DISCIPLES Each of the four Gospels tells of the call of the first disciples: • In Mark 1:16-20, Jesus calls Peter and Andrew—and then, in a separate action, calls James and John. Another Sabbath incident is recorded by Luke in verses 6-11 which was, according to the Pharisees, was a transgression of our Lord, who did the “work” of healing on the Sabbath. International Bible Lesson Commentary . Let your kingdom come. Reflection for Sunday July 28, Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Luke 11:1-13 Gospel: Luke 11:1-13 Jesus was praying in a certain place, and when he had finished, one of his disciples said to him, "Lord, teach us to pray just as John taught his disciples." We offer these reflections in the hope that in the coming weeks, you’ll consider the lectionary readings in a new light — one of health and wholeness. The prayer serves as an affirmation of the worldview Jesus teaches and embodies throughout Luke and suggests … Continue reading "Commentary on Luke 11:1 … International Bible Lesson. Reflection: Luke 11:5-13 Luke 11:5-13 Today’s Gospel begins with Jesus asking his disciples “what they would do” if a friend woke them out of a deep sleep in the middle of the night and asked them for a loaf of bread. A scholar is quoted as saying that the term is "the rack of theologians and grammarians." Reflection for Sunday March 31, Fourth Sunday of Lent: Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 Gospel: Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 Tax collectors and sinners were all drawing near to listen to Jesus, but the Pharisees and scribes began to complain, saying, “This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.” These few words jumped out at me while I was reading this Gospel and it brought me to two questions. For previous Green Room entries, click here. (Luke 11:1-4 Matt 6:7-15 Mark 11:25) St. Matthew adds this prayer to the sermon on the mount, whilst St. Luke places it at a later period. All four "immediately" leave nets and Luke 11:1 Context. Luke’s second book, Acts, continues the story after Jesus went back to heaven. Reflection on Luke 11:1-13 When you watched him pray alone in his corner of the garden, sweat running down his face, you knew that what was being said really mattered. Say, our Father which art in heaven, so in earth the birds squirrels! 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