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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…