Monthly Archives: November 2014

“The Oil of Gladness”, Sermon for the Last Sunday of the Church Year, Gospel, Matthew 25:1-13

During the last few months, our Gospel readings have contained many healings, many stories of forgiving sins. In these readings we also see Jesus teaching His disciples about the Kingdom of God, or the Kingdom of Heaven, as Saint Matthew calls it. And He teaches through parables, and through His

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“Anxiety Attacks”, Sermon, Trinity 15, Matthew 6:24-34

    One of the ways advertising works is to create a need or desire for a product. It the product is a luxury, like an expensive car, or the latest technological toy, the advertiser just needs to make the viewer feel as if they need it to be more

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“From The Heart”, Sermon, Trinity 22, Matthew 18:21-35

“From the Heart” Sermon, Trinity 22, Gospel, Matthew 18:21-35   In the world of politics and the celebrities, the apology is just about non-existent nowadays. This is the age of the non-apology apology, an apology that is forced out when someone is caught saying or doing something outrageous, or insulting,

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