Readings - Sunday, 20 June 2021 – Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, Year B (Proper 7)

Note: There are two sets of first readings (with accompanying Psalms) given for the Sundays after Pentecost: (a) a new semi-continuous set, and (b) a set related thematically to the gospels (as in the earlier form of the lectionary). It is intended that either one of these two sets be used throughout and that they not be mixed.

a) Psalm 9:9-20 Antiphon:
I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart.  (Ps 9:1a NRSV)
a) Psalm 133 Antiphon:
How good it is to live together in unity!  (based on Ps 133:1 NRSV)
b) Psalm 107:1-3,23-32 Antiphon:
God made the storm be still, and the waves of the sea were hushed.  (Ps 107:29 NRSV)



First Reading:
a) 1 Samuel 17:(1a, 4-11, 17-23) 32-49 David and Goliath
a) 1 Samuel 17:57- 18:5, 10-16 Saul tries to kill David
b) Job 38:1-11 The might of the Creator

a) Psalm 9:9-20 - a) Psalm 9:9-20 Antiphon:
a) Psalm 133 - a) Psalm 133 Antiphon:
b) Psalm 107:1-3,23-32 - b) Psalm 107:1-3,23-32 Antiphon:

Responsive Psalm:
Psalm 9 standard
Psalm 9 widescreen
Psalm 133 standard
Psalm 133 widescreen
Psalm 107 standard
Psalm 107 widescreen

Second Reading:
2 Corinthians 6:1-13 Paul’s sufferings as God’s servant

Mark 4:35-41 Jesus calms a storm

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