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Proper 20 -- Mark 9:30-37 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 20 | Ordinary Time 25 - B -- 1990
When I think of the child who was held that day,held in the arms of the Lord,
Epiphany 3 -- Mark 1:14-20 -- Andrew Daughters -- Epiphany 3 | Ordinary Time 3 - B -- 1990
'Come and follow me,' said Jesusto the men beside the sea.
Trinity Sunday -- Matthew 28:16-20 -- Andrew Daughters -- Trinity Sunday | 1st Sunday after Pentecost - B -- 1990
If I should tell you, 'In the airabove the western hills,
Proper 22 -- Mark 10:2-16 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 22 | Ordinary Time 27 - B -- 1990
How right he was when Jesus said,'The two shall be as one,'
Epiphany 4 -- Mark 1:2148 -- Andrew Daughters -- Epiphany 4 | Ordinary Time 4 - B -- 1990
When Jesus sent the demon outand bade him go away,
How can such things ever be? -- John 3:1-17 -- Andrew Daughters -- Trinity Sunday | 1st Sunday after Pentecost - B -- 1990
Nicodemus said to Jesus,'How can such things ever be?How can I be born again
Ascension Day -- Luke 24:44-53 -- Andrew Daughters -- Ascension of the Lord - B -- 1990
'How poor we are,' said Matthew,'In this world where richness counts.'
Proper 23 -- Mark 10:17-30 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 23 | Ordinary Time 28 - B -- 1990
Lord, I almost wish you hadn’tsaid the words you said that day,
Epiphany 5 -- Mark 1:29-39 -- Andrew Daughters -- Epiphany 5 | Ordinary Time 5 - B -- 1990
When Jesus came to Peter’s house,his moth’r-in-law was sick.
Ascension Day -- Mark 16:15-20 -- Andrew Daughters -- Ascension of the Lord - B -- 1990
Only twelve were called,only twelve.Fishermen, a tax collector and such,
Christ the King -- John 18:33-37 -- Andrew Daughters -- Christ The King (Proper 29) - B -- 1990
What kind of a Kingdom has Jesus?No castle nor palace has he.
All Saints' Day -- John 11:32-44 -- Andrew Daughters -- All Saints Day - B -- 1990
'Jesus wept.' Had he not heardthat big boys never cry?
Advent 3 -- John 3:23-30 -- Andrew Daughters -- Third Sunday of Advent - B -- 1990
'I am not the Lord’s Anointed.I can but prepare his way.
Proper 12 -- Mark 6:45-52 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 12 | Ordinary Time 17 - B -- 1990
Jesus came across the wateras th' apostles rowed in vain,
Trinity Sunday -- John 3:1-17 -- Andrew Daughters -- Trinity Sunday | 1st Sunday after Pentecost - B -- 1990
Nicodemus said to Jesus,'How can such things ever be?How can I be born again
Proper 24 -- Mark 10:35-45 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 24 | Ordinary Time 29 - B -- 1990
James and John were fishermen,the sons of Zebedee.
Epiphany 6 -- Mark 1:40-45 -- Andrew Daughters -- Epiphany 6 | Ordinary Time 6 - B -- 1990
A leper came to Jesus,a living man, yet dead.He asked the Lord to cleanse him.
Proper 28 -- Mark 13:14-23 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 28 | Ordinary Time 33 - B -- 1990
Come follow the Fuhrerand learn to saluteand to march with a flag and a gun
Pentecost -- John 15:26-27; 16:4b-15 -- Andrew Daughters -- Day of Pentecost - B -- 1990
Come, Holy Spirit.Come, Holy Guide.Teach me to follow and turn not aside.
Proper 25 -- Mark 10:46-52 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1990
Blind Bartimaeus, hearing Jesus pass,let out a shout,'You Son of David, pity me
Epiphany 7 -- Mark 2:1-12 -- Andrew Daughters -- Epiphany 7 | Ordinary Time 7 - B -- 1990
Four men came to Jesus,came bringing a friendwho was paralyzed. He could not walk.
Palm Sunday -- Matthew 26:14-66 -- Andrew Daughters -- Passion Sunday - B -- 1990
Whoever first put up a crossand hung a man thereon,was in the devil's service
Proper 4 -- Mark 2:23--3:6 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 4 | Ordinary Time 9 - B -- 1990
So many laws, ancient and modern,All are important, someone is sure.
Proper 26 -- Mark 12:28-37 -- Andrew Daughters -- Proper 26 | Ordinary Time 31 - B -- 1990
Love God and love your neighbor.'How simple it would seem
Epiphany 8 -- Mark 2:18-22 -- Andrew Daughters -- Epiphany 8 | Ordinary Time 8 - B -- 1990
There are times and there are seasonsand God only knows the reasons
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