The world sells us one version of worthiness. Jesus invites us to imagine another: one in which people have value, but not price.
For this Trinity Sunday, I decided to present a short history of God’s revelation to us, going all the way back to Abraham and Sarah. This short history culminates in the revelation of the Holy Trinity, in which all our relationships begin and find their culmination.
I often find myself accidentally quoting Obi-Wan Kenobi when I start talking about the Holy Spirit. So today, I decided just to quote him on purpose.
A guided meditation on the last prayer in the Bible, which also makes an excellent breath prayer. It’s just three words: “Come, Lord Jesus.”
Jesus calls us to better health and wellness. The question is, “How will we respond?” Today, we talk about inciting incidents in our lives, with a little help from my favorite author, J.R.R. Tolkien.
This is a rare “soapbox” sermon for me, in which I take the opportunity to redefine the words “prophecy” and “apocalypse” so you have a bit of a better understanding of the book of Revelation.
We who believe God’s promises have a mission to help extend those promises to people who have never met a promise that wasn’t broken. These promises are eternal, and we catch a glimpse of them in Psalm 23 and today’s piece of John’s vision.