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A lectionary sermon for 30 August 2015 on James 1: 17 -27 (Year B, Pr 17)

A crossword puzzle clue for you: In a word ( 8 letters) what does James, the writer of the Epistle of James, think true religion is all about? The Epistle of James is one of those books in the Bible … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon (27 July 2014 ) Matthew 13:31-52 The Parable of the Mustard Seed

Jesus was a good story teller. These days we miss some of the best bits because we are sometimes ignorant about the setting for his story telling, but let me assure you this particular parable – the parable of the … Continue reading

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Sermon for Christ the King (Year C) Sunday, 20 November 2016 on Luke 23: 33-43

Christ the King and the Unnoticed Victim I remember reading a news bulletin telling me that a badly injured man covered in blood was ignored by passing motorists after crashing his car down a bank. Evidently, the driver, travelling alone towards New … Continue reading

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First Thoughts on Next Sunday’s Sermon (24 July) The Parable of the Mustard Seed

Matthew 13 : 31-52 Jesus was a good story teller. These days we miss some of the best bits because we are sometimes ignorant about the setting for his story telling, but let me assure you this particular parable – … Continue reading

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