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Lectionary Sermon for 12 March 2017, Lent 2, Year A on John 3:1-17

There is much about following Jesus which is counter intuitive. There seems to be a universal urge for people to give priority to look after their own interests and their own people first. Yet following Jesus way requires “forgive your enemies”, … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for Good Friday Year A (18 April 2014) on selected passages from John Chs18 -19

Good Friday Sermon, Year A Have you noticed the irony in where Jesus was crucified? Jesus had spent much of his mission identifying and breaking down the walls between people, and there he was, being crucified at Golgotha just outside … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for, 16 March 2014, Lent 2, on John 3:1-17

If we had a suspicion that our religion which we had followed for years was not quite right and further that someone else outside the mainstream might have the answer, I wonder what we would actually do…truthfully? Nicodemus was facing … Continue reading

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