Notable Feast Days this Week
 
July 1 - Cosmas and Damian, 284 (Eastern)
July 2 - Monegunda, Tours, 570 
July 3 - St. Thomas, Apostle (Roman Catholic)
July 4 - Andrew of Crete, 740
July 5 - Athanasius of Mt. Athos, 1003
July 6 - Sexburga, Ely, 699
July 7 - Palladius of Rome, 1st Bishop of Ireland, c. 432
July 7 - Ethelburga, Faremoutier, 664

 
Revised Common Lectionary

2 Kings 5:1-14
Isaiah 66:10-14
Psalm 30 and Psalm 66:1-9
Galatians 6:1-16
Luke 10:1-11, 16-20


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- The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost - July 7, 2019 (Year C)

Healed to Rejoice and Bear Witness
The Word of God can cleanse and heal (2 Kings 5:1-14). The prophets remind us that God promises to comfort us as a mother comforts her child (Is 66:10-14). He will turn our mourning into dancing (Psalm 30) and we will rejoice and sing his praises (Psalm 66:1-8). We boast in the cross of Jesus Christ, who makes new life possible (Galatians 6:1-16). The disciples of Jesus are sent to reveal the kingdom of God to those who will receive it (Luke 10:1-11,16-20).

Psalm 30 / Psalm 66:1-9
Scripture Readings

Psalm 30
Mourning into dancing

Psalm 66:1-9
Come and see what God has done



Commentary on Psalm 30
AugustineCalvin,
John Paul IISpurgeon


Commentary on Psalm 66
AugustineCalvin,
Craig SatterleeSpurgeon


Audio
Isaiah 66, 2 Kings 5Galatians 6
Luke 10, Psalm 30
Psalm 66

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Psalm 30 and Psalm 66
Isaiah 66:10-14
God comforts Jerusalem

2 Kings 5:1-14
Elisha heals Naaman

Galatians 6:1-16
Do what is right

Luke 10:1-11, 16-20
Jesus sends out seventy disciples


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Revised Common Lectionary

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Book of Common Prayer

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"A good shepherd does not know how to fear wolves for his flock, and therefore he sends those disciples not against a prey but to grace. The forethought of the good Shepherd prevents the wolves from harming the lambs. He sends lambs among wolves in order that the saying may be fulfilled, ‚ÄúThen wolves and lambs shall feed together."  -Ambrose on Luke 10:1-11
Collect for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
O God, you have taught us to keep all your commandments by loving you and our neighbor: Grant us the grace of your Holy Spirit, that we may be devoted to you with our whole heart, and united to one another with pure affection; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen. -The Book of Common Prayer
Singing Psalms and Hymns
Hymn suggestions for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost (Year C) from Hymnary.org 

Hymns for Psalm 30 and Psalm 66 from Hymnary.com

Kyrie (Trinitytide Mass) | by Sarah Majorins | Leadsheet

Sanctus (Trinitytide Mass) | by Sarah Majorins | Leadsheet

The Mystery of the Faith (Trinitytide Mass) | by Sarah Majorins | Leadsheet

Gloria (Trinitytide Mass) | by Sarah Majorins | Leadsheet

Sanctus + Mystery of the Faith | by Philip Majorins | Leadsheet


I Will Praise You Lord (Psalm 30) | by Roger Holtz | Leadsheet 

Sing Praises to the Lord (Psalm 30:4-5) | by Robbie Seay | Chord Chart 

You Have Turned My Sorrow (Psalm 30) | by Kiran Young Wimberly | Full Score

O Love That Will Not Let Me Go (Psalm 30:5) | Text by George Matheson/ Music by Christopher Miner  Leadsheets and Chord Charts

Let All the Earth (Psalm 66) | by Steve Angrisano


Galatians 6:9-10 | by Brianna Gaither & Susan Rosser

Galatians 6:14 | by Zach Bolen

Psalm 30 Refrain | from The Emergent Psalter Leadsheet

Psalm 66 Refrain | from The Emergent Psalter Leadsheet


Metrical Options | Psalm 30 and Psalm 66
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