Lectionary Poetry – Fourth Sunday of Advent (Year A)

Lectionary Poetry Advent

With the dawn of Advent and a new church year, we’ve revamped our weekly post of poetry that resonates with the lectionary readings for that week (Narrative Lectionary and Revised Common Lectionary).

We offer here a broad selection of classic and contemporary poems from diverse poets that stir our imaginations with thoughts of how the biblical text speaks to us in the twenty-first century. We hope that these poems will be fruitful not only for preachers who will be preaching these texts on the coming Sunday, but also for church members in the pews, as way to prime our minds for encountering the biblical texts.

“Freedom, justice, peace, and abiding joy [emerge] when the poet comes, when the poet speaks,
when the preacher comes as poet.”

 – Walter Brueggemann

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Lectionary Poetry
Fourth Sunday of Advent
Year A

<<<<< Last Week’s Poems

Narrative Lectionary Reading:

Matthew 1:18-25 >>> [ Lectionary Poems ]

Revised Common Lectionary Readings:

Isaiah 7:10-16   >>>     [ Lectionary Poems ]
Psalm 80:1-7, 17-19  >>>  [ Lectionary Poems ]
Romans 1:1-7  >>>  [ Lectionary Poems ]
Matthew 1:18-25 >>> [ Lectionary Poems ]

POEMS >>>>>>

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