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Sermons from April 2017

Peace be with you

Peace be with you Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Second Sunday of East­er, 23rd. April 2017 In Vic­tor Hugo’s nov­el, Les Miser­ables, the prot­ag­on­ist, Jean Valjean, recently released from pris­on is taken in by the kindly loc­al bish­op, but he abuses the bishop’s hos­pit­al­ity by mak­ing off with some of his sil­ver. He is quickly arres­ted…

He stayed two days longer

He stayed two days longer Ser­mon preached at Enmore, 5th Sunday in Lent, 2nd. April 2017 Read­ing: John 11. 1–45. “After hav­ing heard that Laz­arus was ill, Jesus stayed two days longer in the place where he was.” That is one of the hard­est verses in the New Test­a­ment. Martha, Mary and Laz­arus were all…

Annunciation

Annun­ci­ation  Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Feast of the Annun­ci­ation, Fourth Sunday in Lent, 26th March, 2017 Read­ing: Luke 1. 26–38. Not sur­pris­ingly, Luke’s beau­ti­fully craf­ted story of the Angel Gabriel’s vis­it to Mary has inspired artists, writers and schol­ars through­out the cen­tur­ies. In the his­tory of West­ern Art, the Annun­ci­ation has been one of the…