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Sermons from June 2016

Clothed with Christ

Clothed with Christ Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Fifth Sunday after Pente­cost, 19th June 2016 Read­ings: Gala­tians 3.10–14; 23–29. Luke 8.26–39. At first read­ing the Gos­pel pas­sage for today trans­ports us into a world that is both ali­en and dis­turb­ing to our mod­ern think­ing. The pic­ture of a deeply dis­turbed, pos­sessed man liv­ing among the tombs…

Do You See This Woman?

Do you see this woman? Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Fourth Sunday after Pente­cost, 12th June 2016 Read­ings: 1 Kings 21.1–10, 15–21; Luke 7. 36–8.3 Each of the Gos­pels has an account of Jesus being anoin­ted by a woman. While there are fea­tures com­mon to them all, there are also things that are dis­tinct­ive to each…

He had Compassion on her

He had Com­pas­sion on Her Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Third Sunday after Pente­cost, 5th June 2016 Read­ing: Luke 7.11–17. A couple of weeks ago I was asked to take a funer­al in a neigh­bour­ing par­ish (their Rect­or being unavail­able). When I vis­ited the fam­ily to dis­cuss the funer­al ser­vice I dis­covered that the deceased was…