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Sermons from May 2016

In Other Tongues

In oth­er tongues Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Pente­cost Sunday, 15th May 2016 Read­ings: Gen­es­is 11.1–9; Acts 2.1–21 The French theo­lo­gian, Jacques Ellul, fam­ously described the city as being the focus of evil through­out human his­tory, and a clear example of humanity’s declar­a­tion of inde­pend­ence from God. The story of the Tower of Babel, our Old…

Making sense of the Ascension

ASCENSION DAY 2016 Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Sunday 8th May 2016 Read­ings: Acts 1. 1–11: Eph­esians 1.15–23; Luke 24.44–53 Stained Glass win­dows depict­ing the Ascen­sion seem to be com­mon in churches in the Sydney Dio­cese. At Hunters Hill we had an Ascen­sion win­dow in both churches. Here at St. Luke’s we have a rather fine…

Need an Advocate?

The Advoc­ate, the Holy Spir­it. Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Sixth Sunday of East­er, 1st. May 2016 Read­ings: Acts 16:9–15; Rev­el­a­tion 21:10, 21: 22–27, 22.1–5; John 14:23–29 We are just two weeks away from the Feast of Pente­cost so we should not be sur­prised that all three read­ings this morn­ing make ref­er­ence to the Holy Spir­it.…