Sermons on Gospel
For me, wholeheartedness involves plunging in to the deep end of the pool rather than tiptoeing into the water via the shallow end.
This morning’s message is the last in a series of five sermons on the Bread of Life Discourse found in the sixth chapter of the gospel according to John. Some of you will, no doubt, be heaving a huge sigh of relief. Others of you will be thinking, “Oh, no, I love the symbolism, the mystery, and the complex language and concepts found in John’s gospel”. Some of you will be saying, “I don’t want anyone to even try to…
For me, these stories from scripture reach out to us from across the vast space of time and eternity and they remind us that God’s got time for us.
Laura continues our discourse on the meaning of “sharing bread” as explained in John’s gospel. The book of John is full of miracle stories but they alone are not John’s prime message, he takes a more mystical view.
Jesus, God with skin on, invites us to come and see and believe relationship with him is essential for our spiritual well being.
Starting this morning and for the next four Sundays in a row, our worship services are built around the sixth chapter of the gospel according to John!
The whole point of the season of Epiphany is to point us toward a clear understanding of Jesus’ identity. It’s to help us to see who Jesus is, and how Jesus is a manifestation – an epiphany – of God.
Many of us, many of our friends, family members, colleagues, here as well as across the United States, are still reeling in shock from the outcome of Tuesday’s elections in the U.S.
There are a lot of forces that get in the way of the life that God intended for us.