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  1. Ted Wuerffel June 9, 2015
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    Bill, this discussion of Ez 17:22-24 was extremely helpful to me here in Sarasota! All of the Lectionary series have been similarly insightful and rich for my weekly sermon preparation—away from my regular study tools, but moreover the opportunity to get out my Greek (easier for me) but ALSO my Hebrew texts and dig back into the original languages briefly—which always enriches my preaching immensely. The Lect@Lunch series distills my prep time significantly in addition to providing numerous threads which one may follow homiletically. Bravo and many thanks to you and your CSL colleagues!
    Ted W

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