The divinity of Christ on clear display in this majestic beginning of John’s Gospel.
We each have a part in the story. Paul’s is one that shapes much of Church history.
Sorry for any confusion I’ve stopped numbering the series and I am just putting the Scripture references!
Two more to upload this week and I will be caught up – To God be the Glory!Luke the Gospel in Action 4_1thru13_Led Driven Full
I had to recreate this message in the office. Just not the same as live preaching but I hope it is edifying anyway! Time to look at how is it that we (humans) are made to magnify the infinite?
So the decline in religion includes the Jedi. I’m not sure if that is “heartening” news or not. It does affirm one of my deeply held convictions: Many people develop their religious views by “osmosis” and movies and television are one of their primary sources.
You may not be an actual Jedi but perhaps you are a functioning Jedi? Things to think about, things to drive you back to reading scripture and finding out Who God says He is rather than letting Steven Spielberg and George Lucas and perhaps Oprah tell you what you believe.
The Gospel of Luke continues:
luke the Gospel in Action 2 Brave New Order
A new sermon with admittedly a fairly significant error. For years I have used a liturgical calendar for my worship planning. I did away with it this year. Also most years Advent begins on the last Sunday in November. Coming off of a week of vacation I panicked and thought I’d forgotten Advent – so looks like Advent is 5 Sundays this year or we are practicing the first Sunday of Advent A and B this year. Oh well here is the first sermon of a series in the Book of Luke with some early comments on Advent – just grinning and counting on Grace here.
Luke The Gospel in Action Introduction