Sermons on Luke
Reverend Eric talks about his love relationship with the Bible. Our Gospel reading from Luke 15:1-10 is included in the recording and can be read here
Rev. Eric talks about Philemon and reads the whole book to demonstrate how to read the Bible in context. Our reading from Philemon and the gospel, Luke 14:25-33 are included in the recording. Philemon can be read here and the Luke reading can be found here.
Reverend Eric tells about empathy, remembering how is the creator of the gardens we tend. The reading from Luke 14:1,7-14 is included in the recording and can be read here. Rev. Eric also reads from Hebrews 13:1-16 and can be read here.
The kind of transformation that we are invited to partake in with God and God’s people requires being in proximity with people, a close relationship with folks over time. The scripture is from Luke 9:28-36
Father Jeffery Paul looks at the woes of the Prosperity Gospel. Our scripture reference is: Luke 6:17-26
Father Jeff reveals there are no cliffs in Nazareth. He talks about the difference between collective memory and recorded history. At the end of the recording, there are some comments and questions that have been skipped because the congregation cannot be heard, we were able to keep Father Jeff’s responses. You can read the scripture by clicking on the scripture references here: 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 and Luke 4:21-30 or listen to the gospel in our recording below.
Father Jeff talks about how Jesus signs up for God’s plan of mending all that is broken. You can read the scripture by clicking on the scripture references here: Nehemiah 8:1-10 and Luke 4:14-21 or listen to the gospel in our recording.
Father’s Jeff talks about humility that leads us to recognize God’s work in us, in others and in all of creation and join God in restorative justice. John St. Hilaire is outed as Jesus during this message. You can read the scripture by clicking on Luke 3:18-22 and listen to it read in the recording.