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Named For Abundance

As fantastical as these stories can feel, I wonder how our own lives connect with Elizabeth and Zechariah’s. Perhaps we are familiar with societal shame the way Elizabeth was for decades – living in a culture that tells us that our bodies need to shrink or grow to fit a certain standard, that certain experiences in our past make us unworthy of belonging, that we are too young to have any real wisdom to offer the community or too old to still be of use in a fast-paced world or too [fill in the blank] to be welcome in the family of God. Maybe we know what it feels like to doubt and challenge and question God like Zechariah, to hear the good news in our lives and struggle to receive it because our intellect cannot grasp it and we are brave enough to honestly voice our questions.

Named for Abundance
Luke 1:57-66
Rev. Liz Kearny
Longview Presbyterian Church
December 5th, 2021

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