preaching

Prayer for today

Look up a bible passage here.

Lately I have posted in WordPress. Here is the opening from the latest sermon.

The one book that everyone quotes on Trinity Sunday is that of St Augustine, De Trinitate – About the Trinity. I came across an interesting article which dealt with this book in a less prolix form – twelve pages rather than 500 – and being a lazy fellow, I opted to read the twelve pages. …

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Other sermona are available

Since arriving in Slimbridge, I have been saving my sermons and producing them on my website. A number of different ways of presenting them have happened. Here is a listing of the earlier sermons.

Sermons before using WordPress

Some sermons

Here are the openings for some sermons as they are being kept on these pages.

Pentecost Sunday

Welcome to our celebration of the Feast of Pentecost, one of the High Holy Days of the Anglican calendar. However, I would like to call this Sunday “the festival of interpretation”. – Why would you want to do that? I hear you ask. My answer – it is because of today’s reading from Acts.

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Sunday – Easter 5

Sermon on Sunday – Easter 5

Now the apostles and the believers who were in Judea heard that the Gentiles had also accepted the word of God. So when Peter went up to Jerusalem, the circumcised believers criticized him, saying, ‘Why did you go to uncircumcised men and eat with them?’

A news item on Friday sparked some thoughts regarding this reading from Acts. President Trump is wanting only educated English–(presumably the American version)–speaking people to enter the United States. No longer does it seem that the United States will entertain “the poor, those huddled masses, yearning to be free” as the people who can enter that country. This is not a new phenomenon in the present and the previous century, nor is it peculiar to that country. The same sort of debate has been raging in this country for many decades.

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Sunday – Easter 4

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Second Sunday after Easter

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