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Sermons from 2016 (Page 2)

He too is a Son of Abraham

He too is a son of Abra­ham Ser­mon preached at Enmore, 24th Sunday after Pente­cost, 30th Octo­ber 2016 Read­ing: Luke 19.1–10. We are near­ing the end of our jour­ney with Luke and in today’s Gos­pel read­ing Jesus has almost reached Jer­u­s­alem, a jour­ney which has taken up nine chapters of Luke’s nar­rat­ive. The road up…

He turned back

He turned back  Ser­mon preached at Enmore, 21st Sunday after Pente­cost, 9th Octo­ber 2016 Read­ing: Luke 17. 11–19. I remem­ber as a child the one down side of Christ­mas and birth­days was the little ritu­al that my moth­er forced upon me. I would be sat down at a table, giv­en a pen and paper and…

The Joy of the Gospel

The Joy of the Gos­pel Ser­mon preached at Enmore, St. Fran­cis’ Day, Octo­ber 2, 2016 Read­ings: Mat­thew 11.25–30; Gala­tians 6. 14–18; Gen­es­is 1.26–31 Apart from Mary the moth­er of our Lord, Fran­cis is prob­ably the world’s best loved saint. In an age when we have become very con­scious of our envir­on­ment and the need to…

Come and See

Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Feast of St.Michael and All Angels, Sunday 25th Septem­ber 2016. Read­ing: John 1.43–51 “The next day Jesus decided to go to Galilee. He found Philip and said to him, “Fol­low me.” John’s Gos­pel is struc­tured around encoun­ters with Jesus. Again and again from the call­ing of the first dis­ciples, to the…

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…