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Sis-ling Rivalry Luke 10:38-42

Sis-ling Rivalry

Mary and Martha offer a glimpse into two ways to serve the Lord.

At a Glance

National Sisters Day is coming up soon, so we thought this would be a great opportunity to begin a discussion of this text with "sisters." From there we move to the most famous example of sis-ling rivalry in the Bible: Mary and Martha, or if you prefer, Martha and Mary.


Editors' Pick

For material based on today's epistle text, see "A Thimble of Stardust," July 18, 2004, at HomileticsOnline.com.


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