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TRINITY UNITED CHURCH: FEBRUARY 11, 2024 SUMMARY: TREASURE IN JARS OF CLAY (2 Corinthians 4:1-10) The Church’s early years after Christ were wild. There was huge persecution as Rome tried to stop this powerful grassroots movement of Life and Love and Hope from thrusting its way forward into every walk of life. The disciples were unstoppable as they went off in all directions with their message of sacred inclusivity and, that, despite ultimately their martyrdom at the hands of a…
CALL (4): OBLIGATIONS OF BEING CALLED OUT. (Psalm 23)
we are being called out by something/ someONE who sees straight through whatever careful veneers we’ve made to mask our living – and seeing the very best of us – this is a someone who is constantly calling that very best out.
Various 1 Sam.16; 1 Jn.4; 1 Cor.13
We are all, in fact, a called people
Christmas Eve with Rev. Robin Jacobson
Advent 4 with Rev. Robin Jacobson
I think we forget that God is on our side.
On this first Sunday of Advent we have lit the candle of hope. We are going to be exploring today and next week the EMMANUEL-HOPE of how it is always: God and the world, not God or the world, God in the world, not God outside the world.
There must be more: our faith is meant to be lived!!!
TRINITY UNITED CHURCH: NOVEMBER 19, 2023 SUMMARY: WASTED TALENTS Matthew 25:4-30 We really do need to stop burying what we’ve been given. Our reading, from Matthew 25:14- 30, is complex. It is easily misunderstood as we wrestle to get what Jesus may be saying. Just what are we to understand from this? Where is there possibly something good for us to hear? Notice who Jesus was speaking to, and what he was actually speaking about: he was speaking to his disciples about what life…
‘Love’, then, is understood as the invisible energy that works by holding everything together
PAYING OF TAXES TO CAESAR (Matthew 22:15-22) We, as a faith community of Christ followers, are intended to be living in a way that is different from the so-called ‘world’. Jesus was truly counter-cultural. He was so then, and he is still no less so now – in every part of the world where he is followed today. To follow Jesus – and the way of Jesus – is to be part of a lifelong journey of counter-cultural transformation which…
Thanksgiving is understood as the act of expressing gratitude
What does God mainly require of us: right words or right actions?
God is totally unfair – in terms of God’s economy, God’s way of doing things – totally unfair!
There is never a good outcome to our holding onto the crippling effects of unforgiveness
Christ’s call is for us to know how we are obliged to be loving others and to be owning too how we are loved
Exodus 3: 1-15
Just why does ‘unity’ ever matter?
From where do you draw your strength?