An imagined letter from Lazarus to his sisters, upon his second death, written after the events in this morning’s Gospel. (I added a few verses to the end of the Gospel reading. Don’t worry – that’s allowed!)
Love is the desire to be woven together. So get weaving.
We need to hear it again and again because it never seems to sink in: We are God’s beloved children. And so is everyone else.
The perfect love of the Holy Trinity is the blueprint for all creation. We, however imperfectly, reflect that blueprint. Read more in this sermon.
How do you show love? What does love look like in action in your life? This is the question the writer of the First Letter of John asks us today. (With a little help from S. Morgenstern.)
We go in search of an “end” final enough to snuff out Christ’s love. And you know what, there isn’t one.
There’s an epic story hidden in just the first few words of John 3:16. It’s about God. And it’s about love. Can’t get more epic than that. Read more in this sermon.