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Sermons from August 2018

Lord, to whom can we go?

Lord, to whom can we go? Ser­mon preached at Enmore, 14th Sunday after Pente­cost, 26th. August 2018 Read­ing: John 6. 56–69 “This teach­ing is dif­fi­cult; who can accept it?” The con­text for this pas­sage read as our Gos­pel this morn­ing is Jesus’ teach­ing fol­low­ing the feed­ing of the five thou­sand. Jesus used the feed­ing of…

Mary, the Mother of our Lord

Ser­mon preached at St. Luke’s Enmore, Sunday 12th August, 2018 Read­ings: Isai­ah 61.10–62.3; The Mag­ni­ficat; Gala­tians 4. 4–7; Luke 2. 1–7. Our Read­ings today give us the chance to take a brief look at the sig­ni­fic­ance of Mary, the Moth­er of our Lord. My own think­ing about Mary has been col­oured most par­tic­u­larly by my…

A life worthy

A life worthy of the call­ing Ser­mon preached at Enmore, 11th Sunday after Pente­cost, 5th August 2018 Read­ings: 2 Samuel 11.26–12.13a; Eph­esians 4.1–16; John 6.24–35 The Dav­id we encounter in 2 Samuel 11 is a very dif­fer­ent per­son from the young shep­herd boy we were intro­duced to in 1 Samuel 16, when Samuel anoin­ted him…