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Lectionary Sermon for 19 May 2019 (Easter 5 ) on John 13: 31-35

ARE WE HAPPY JUST WATCHING? I have a confession to make. When it comes to sport I prefer to be numbered among the spectators. When it comes to the really big games like the Rugby World Cup I am more … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon 8 October 2017 on Matthew 21:33-46

IS IT TIME FOR OUR TEAM TO BE REPLACED? There are different ways of reading the history of the Christian Church. Despite the subconscious acknowledgement that there is one Jesus and one essential gospel it is easy to get so … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 16 October 2016 on Luke 18:1-8 (Proper 24C / Ordinary 29C / Pentecost +22)

Some Thoughts on God Bothering On one overseas holiday to Croatia my wife and I got to visit the small but ancient port city of Old Dubrovnik where our guide told us that despite being enclosed by less than two … Continue reading

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First thoughts on a sermon for the Lectionary Reading for next Sunday 2 October 2011 (Matthew 21 :33-46)

High Time to Deliver the Harvest First the Reading: Matthew Ch 21: 33 – 46 33“Listen to another parable. There was a landowner who planted a vineyard, put a fence around it, dug a wine press in it, and built … Continue reading

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Osama Rambo Bin Laden – Killed Resisting Arrest?

What is it with the US State Department? First they talk of a relatively large group of highly trained Seals killing a dangerous terrorist who was resisting arrest after a fire-fight, all of which which we might have understood. Then … Continue reading

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