Do you wish Sunday morning sermons were a bit more queer? So do we. That’s why we started the Reading Queerly Queer Lectionary Podcast. Each week, we’ll take a look at the lectionary readings and give our queer take one or two of ’em.
Here’s the very first episode where Shay & I look at Psalm 23.
The Lord is my shepherd.
I lack nothing.
He lets me rest in grassy meadows;
he leads me to restful waters;
he keeps me alive.
He guides me in proper paths
for the sake of his good name.
Even when I walk through the darkest valley,
I fear no danger because you are with me.
Your rod and your staff—
they protect me.
You set a table for me
right in front of my enemies.
You bathe my head in oil;
my cup is so full it spills over!
Yes, goodness and faithful love
will pursue me all the days of my life,
and I will live in the Lord’s house
as long as I live.
This article was published by Brian Murphy
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