Acts 3:13-15, 17-19; Psalms 4:2,4,7-9; I John 2:1-5; Luke 24:35-48
Two tourists were busy seeing the sights in Milan, Italy. They were particularly interested in viewing Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting of the “Last Supper.” They tried to follow the vague directions given to them by their hotel clerk, but they soon became lost. Since they spoke no Italian, their several attempts to question passerbys ended in failure. Finally, they drew a rough sketch of the Last Supper on a pad and showed it to the next two persons who passed by. And twice the directions they received led them to nearby restaurants!
It’s easy to imagine that if Jesus were physically present in our town today, we might find him in a restaurant, sharing a meal with friends.
For example, in today’s Gospel Lesson, two of Jesus’ disciples are talking about what happened when they encountered the Risen Lord on the road to Emmaus. At first they didn’t recognize Him. But then they sat down to eat. And Jesus “took the bread and said…
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