1 Samuel 3.1-20 Psalm 139.1-5, 12-17 1 Corinthians 6.12-20 John 1.43-51
May the Lord be in my mind, on my lips, and in my heart, that I may rightly and truly proclaim His holy Word. Amen.
“Follow me.” That’s what Jesus says to Philip in today’s Gospel. That’s the essence of what Jesus says to each of us. Follow me. He says, “Follow me” that you may know me, and love me, and serve me, as I know and love and serve you. Follow me. In order to follow, we must have an encounter with a person. And when we do follow our Lord, how is this manifested? How, in the words of the Collect, does “the radiance of Christ’s glory” shine in us, that the Lord “may be known, worshiped, and obeyed to the ends of the earth ...”?