Sermons on Christmas
Christmas Sunday: Faithful action doesn’t have to depend on having clear answers to all our questions. […] Sometimes we have to say yes to God, when the way ahead is not clear. [RM]
Today’s sermon is about love, the love of Jesus. And as we are loved and accepted just as we are, we are transformed.
St Tim’s Stage Hands perform “It’s about the Cross” at this year’s Christingle service.
The wise men brought gifts for Jesus; we too need to bring our gifts – our talents, our skills, our abilities – to Jesus. By giving to you [Lord] what you don’t need – the things which I might enjoy – I am saying more ernestly, ‘You Lord are my treasure, not these things.’
“Why are you searching for me? Do you expect me to be where you are or are you going to be where I am?” Remember the Lord’s prayer: “Your will be done, Your Kingdom come [. . .]”
May 2019 be a year in which all of us learn a little bit more about the Lord and Saviour of the world. Readings: Isaiah 63:7-9, Luke 2:1-9
Readings: Isaiah 52:7-12, John 1:1-14