Genesis 18:1-10; Psalms 15:2-5; Colossians 1:24-28; Luke 10:38-42
The grandmother of a sharp little girl was slightly taken aback when her granddaughter asked, “Grandma, how old are you?” Grandma replied, “Well, honey, when you’re my age you don’t share that information with anybody … I will never tell anyone my age.” “That’s O.K.,” said the little girl, “I already know. I saw your driver’s license on the dresser in your bedroom. It had the color of your eyes and a lot of other things about you on it, like your date of birth. So I subtracted that year from this year and the answer was seventy-six. You’re seventy-six years old.” “That’s right sweetheart,” Grandma replied, “I am seventy-six.” There was a pause, then the little girl said sadly, “I’m sorry you got an “F” in sex.”1
In today’s Gospel Lesson, Jesus is a guest in the house of two sisters — Martha and Mary. Martha asks Jesus a question and, by His answer, Jesus compares Martha’s response to His visit, with Mary’s. Mary…
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