Sermons from November 2019

Sermons from November 2019

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When Does Jesus Come To Us? Christ The King Sunday

christ the king sunday: November 24, 2019 Year C, Proper 28: Jeremiah 23:1-6;  Canticle 4; Colossians 1:11-20; Luke 23:33-43 At the time of posting, there was no audio recording of this sermon. “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom”.[1] Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom. A criminal understood, a criminal knew who Jesus was even when the soldiers and the high priests, and the Sadducees, and even some of the disciples, perhaps, did not. Today…
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God Is Still Here In Times of Uncertainty: Pentecost 23

Twenty-Third Sunday After Pentecost: November 17, 2019 Year C, Proper 28: Isaiah 65:17-25;  Canticle 9; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13; Luke 21:5-10 At the time of posting, there was no audio recording of this sermon. “Surely, it is God who saves me; I will trust in Him and not be afraid”. Surely, it is God who saves me; I will trust in him and not be afraid.[1] These are reassuring words that we hear in our Canticle today, a canticle that is…
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I Believe! Pentecost 22

Twenty-Second Sunday After Pentecost: November 10, 2019 Year C, Proper 27: Haggai 1:15b-2:9;  Psalm 145:1-5, 18-22; 2 Thessalonians 2:1-5, 13-17; Luke 20:27-38 At the time of posting, there was no audio recording of this sermon. In today’s gospel story Jesus replies to a difficult question with a difficult answer and one that we might not immediately understand. He’s given a sort of riddle about a woman who marries seven times – and just not seven times, but to seven brothers,…
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The Saints Who Shaped Us: All Saints Sunday 2019

All Saints Sunday: November 3, 2019 Year C, All Saints Sunday: Daniel 7:1-3, 15-18;  Psalm 149; Ephesians 1:11-23; Luke 6:20-31 At the time of posting, there was no audio recording of this sermon. Good morning. Today is All Saints’ Sunday, one of the only feast days in the church calendar that we can celebrate on a Sunday in place of a regular Sunday schedule. If you look at the beginning of your Book of Common Prayer near the very beginning,…