Monthly Archives: November 2016

Isaiah Day People in a Roman Night World

The days of Noah were ordinary days according to Matthew 24:36-44. I suppose like this week in the USA. Multitudes will be doing what comes ordinarily and routinely this month: Thanksgiving and all that which goes with genuine thankfulness. Prayer, … Continue reading

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Shepherds and Indians

I tried but I could not find a way to title this sermon “Cowboys and Indians!” Working with the “bad” shepherds of Jeremiah and the Samaritans of John 4 (as Indians!) will be stretching it as it is! This Sunday … Continue reading

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Jerusalem The End

For some this past Tuesday, Election Day, it was the End. For others, it felt like a new beginning. If the other candidate had won, just the opposite feeling would have descended on those on the other side! At least … Continue reading

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All Saints and Sadducees!?

We overwhelmingly want more of life either to continue the good life we have had or…another life to make up for the pain and suffering experienced perhaps year after year in this life. The Sadducees of Jesus’ time were oddly … Continue reading

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