Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Wounded Side of Christ

As  we celebrated Easter last week you may recall that at the conclusion of the renewal of our Baptismal Vows there was that moment when you were sprinkled with water from the Baptismal Font. The choir was singing a text … Continue reading

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An Easter Morning Sermon

Alleluia. Christ is Risen! It always strikes me as an odd quirk of human nature that as a class humans put huge amounts of energy into denying the existence of God when in the same breath we humans so desperately … Continue reading

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“He Cannot Save Himself”

As we turn from that gristly scene, the passion of the Lord Jesus Christ; in which we are made witnesses; in which we will be  horrified to discover ourselves participants by extension, it may well occur to us how the jeers and the … Continue reading

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The outpouring of a heart. . .

If you remember some of the lessons of the Old Testament, you may remember that in God’s instructions to Moses, God told Moses that Aaron and his sons should be consecrated as priests to serve God. You can read the … Continue reading

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The Prodigal One

Before us this week is one of the most beloved portions of the Gospel, possibly surpassed only by the image of the Lord Jesus as the Good Shepherd, who intimately knows his sheep and calls them all by name. The parable of … Continue reading

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