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Jesus -- Acts 8:26-40, 1 Peter 2:2-10, John 14:1-14 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - B
It is clear from the selections for this Sunday that the early church was taking all its clues from
Between acts -- Acts 7:55-60, 1 Peter 2:2-10, John 14:1-14 -- David Kalas -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - A
What do you do between Act 2 and Act 3 of a performance? That depends upon who you are.

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The teacher read to her... -- John 14:1-14 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - A -- 2002
The teacher read to her class from the Bible: "Jesus said to his friends, 'In my Father's house ther
Wherever we moved, Mother would... -- John 14:1-14 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - A
Wherever we moved, Mother would take something from the old place with her.
One day, a teacher, a... -- John 14:1-14 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - A
One day, a teacher, a garbage collector, and a lawyer all died and went to heaven.
In the first century, a... -- John 14:1-14 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - A
In the first century, a Roman adversary of the church named Celsus wrote a book challenging the Lord
Christians can ordinarily do greater... -- John 14:1-14 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - A
Christians can ordinarily do greater things for God than they think they can.

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