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Sermon Epiphany III Jan 24th 2021

  The Third Sunday after the Epiphany Today, Epiphany III, ends our short Epiphany season this year. Two weeks ago we heard the story of Jesus, as a young man, being in the midst of the elders at the Temple, listening and asking questions, and they were amazed at his knowledge. Last week, we heard

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Mid Night Mass 2020 Sermon

COME, DEAR LORD, LET ME LIVE AGAIN Some tonight are Empty and drained and come to the House of God to have hearts warmed; by the Birth of God into the midst of His Creation.   In the days of old, God’s presence among His People was signified by the ark of the covenant, thus

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Sermon X

Sermon for Trinity X The readings today paint a picture, of many people today, within and outside the church. With The Collect telling us that we are to  “ask such things as shall please the Lord. What do we, – you and I -, daily ask of God? Are they things to satisfy our Will

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Purification of BVM – Feb 2, 2020

The Purification of Mary – Feb 2 2020 The Collect  speaks of the   “only-begotten Son as this day being presented in the temple in the substance of our flesh,” The Epistle  Malachi iii. 1.  Speaks to those   whom  seek, the Lord, (for He) shall suddenly come to his temple,  as a  messenger of the

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Jan. 29th Epiphany III Sermon draft

Wedding at Cana Pentecost III January 29, 2020 Jesus could have began his public Ministry in a number of ways.  To establish his credentials as a teacher, he could have first preached The Sermon on the Mount.   To establish his power over demons, he first could have done an exorcism: how about a whole Legion

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Sermon for Nov. 10th Trinity xxi

  John 4:46 The Gospel reading this morning is about a nobleman 2000 years ago, and it is about us.This nobleman was probably somehow connected to the royal household, and in a way pretty much like many of us.  He had heard of the power of our Lord according to John 4:45, / just like many

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