It’s a concept familiar to adept gardeners – some plants do well next to one another. Why? Well, the color or texture of one can bring out what is best in the other, and vice-versa. Likewise, sometimes one scripture passage can be a great ‘companion’ to another. Read both, and the result is greater than the sum of the parts. Try reading our first reading, about Jeremiah’s call, followed by reading psalm 139. A deeper sense of our origin being rooted in God will come into focus. Together, both help provide the biblical foundation for a deep reverence for life from the moment of conception.
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Monday, February 1, 2016