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Fed by Wisdom

Due to technical difficulties, there is not video or audio recording of the sermon “Fed by Wisdom” as preached on 19 August 2018, but here are a few ponderings.

Author Dan Brown writes of Robert Langdon, a Harvard professor and famed symbologist who often become intertwined in elaborate adventures. The third novel is The Lost Symbol, which incorporates the Masonic Temple instead of the Roman Catholic Church. This passage is a flashback as being recalled by Langdon. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on August 26, 2018 in Sermons


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Unexpected and Exposing the Darkness

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This week I had a couple of themes interwoven into my sermon.

The first theme begins with 1 Samuel 16. Samuel, a prophet of our Lord, anoints David as king while King Saul is still on the throne.

David not of the royal family, but of a family of shepherds. David was the youngest of eight sons and the runt of the litter, not who we would imagine God choosing as our king. We know the mighty things that David would come to do. We also know how flawed and sinful of a man he was.  A Dominican (Catholic Order) monk classmate once said “you can sin like King David, if you can repent like him”. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on March 27, 2017 in Sermon Summaries


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