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Lectionary Sermon for 3 February 2019 (Epiphany 4) on Luke 4: 21-30

Today’s gospel seems to present a puzzle. Luke portrays Jesus as an accepted and invited young preacher coming back to his own home patch. From Luke we not Jesus had already been teaching in synagogues in the area, gaining a … Continue reading

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Lectionary sermon for 3 July 2016 (Year C) on 2 Kings 5:1-17 and Luke 10: 1-11, 16 – 20

Sometimes the Lectionary seems quite frustrating. Here we are contemplating a past week of financial turmoil courtesy of Brexit with many pressing questions to do with our uncertain 21st Century future, and the Church wants us to focus on a … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 31 January 2016 (Epiphany 4) on Luke 4: 21-30

Today we find ourselves with a puzzle. We have Jesus, obviously an accepted and invited young preacher coming back to his own home patch, and more than that, we even hear that he had already been teaching in synagogues in … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 3 February 2013 (Epiphany 4) on Luke 4: 21-30

Today we find ourselves with a puzzle. We have Jesus, obviously an accepted and invited preacher coming back to his own home patch, and more than that, we even hear that he had already been teaching in synagogues in the … Continue reading

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