Trinity 4 Sermon, 2020

“Judge not, and you will not be judged” (Luke 6:37). That’s the way of the faith—the way of Christ. But this is the way of the world right now: if you are a certain way, you’re not to judge but relearn. You’re not to condemn but praise. You’re not to forgive—because there’s nothing to forgive […]

Trinity 3 Sermon, 2020

When Jesus tells a parable, to understand Him rightly, you have to know where you fit in. In the parable today, you’re not the one who’s lost something. Think about that. If that’s what Jesus means, that our primary understanding of Christian life is that we are responsible for finding what is lost, then He […]

Trinity 2 Sermon, 2020

They’re all invited, but not all of them come. They’re all invited, but this great banquet doesn’t seem to improve their appearance or station. That’s what’s going on. You can’t climb the social ladder by accepting invites from unpopular, unloving and unloved people. So all are invited, but not all of them come. They don’t […]

Trinity 1 Sermon, 2020

“We know and believe the love that God has for us. God is love. Whoever abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him. By this we have confidence for the day of judgment. Love is being perfected in us. As He is so also are we in this world. That is, there is no fear […]

Trinity Sunday Sermon, 2020

Thus said the Lord through Isaiah almost three thousand years ago—“Woe is me! For I am lost! For I am a man of unclean lips and I live in the midst of a people of unclean lips” (Isaiah 6:5)—and the same is true for us. Ours lips have uttered falsehoods and slandered friends, neighbors, and […]

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