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November 22, 2020, King Incognito, Matthew 25:31-48 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000224 Today’s gospel reading is what we generally call “The Parable of the Sheep and the Goats,” which is actually not a very good title, for a couple of reasons. First, it’s not a good title because it isn’t really a parable. And second, it’s not a good …

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November 15, 2020, State Troopers and Buried Treasure, Matthew 25:14-30 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000223 As we draw near to the season of Advent, you might have noticed that our readings have begun to focus on things like judgment and what we call the Day of the Lord, when Jesus will return as King, and the dead will be raised to new …

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November 8, 2020, The Art of Waiting, Matthew 25:1-13 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000222 The gospels are full of parables, which were a way that Jesus often chose to teach. He told vivid stories, short stories, made up of familiar, everyday things and people and events, stories that form a picture in our minds and hearts that help us understand in …

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November 1, 2020, Divisions Be Darned, Matthew 5:1-12 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000221 There is a collect in the “prayers” section of our wonderful Book of Common Prayer that is a prayer for unity in the Church. It goes like this: “O God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, our only Savior, the Prince of Peace: Give us grace …

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October 25, 2020, The Strongest Hinges, Matthew 22:34-46 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000220 In our Tuesday morning Bible study, we’ve been studying the life of King David, who is surely one of the best-known and best-loved Bible heroes. Everybody loves the story of David and Goliath, where the young David faces the giant Goliath with no more than a slingshot …

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October 18, 2020, What Belongs to God, Matthew 22:15-22 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon click here:  Z0000219 I’ve been on the Board of Trustees for the Norwood Public Library for two years now. I think libraries are a hugely important part of any community, so I was happy to make that commitment, even though board meetings are not my favorite thing to do. When …

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October 4, 2020, What Will He Do? Matthew 21:33-46 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000217 Previously in chapter 21 of Matthew’s gospel – the chief priests and the elders had come to Jesus, full of righteous indignation, because Jesus had gone into the Temple and had actually knocked over the tables of the people who were just going about their business selling …

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September 27, 2020, Refraction, Revelation, and Redemption, Philippians 2:1-13 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000216 Have you ever come into a room and been surprised and delighted to see a patch of rainbow light dancing on the floor? When you look for the source of the rainbow you might see that someone left a glass of water on the windowsill. Just a …

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September 20, 2020, What If We Are Not the Good Guys?, Matthew 20:1-16 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:   Z0000215 The readings for today bring us face to face with the grace of God. Jonah has been sent, kicking and screaming, by the roundabout journey through a whale’s belly, to prophesy death and destruction to Nineveh, a great city in the Assyrian Empire. He goes through the …

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September 13, 2020, How Much Is Enough? Matthew 18:21-35 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000214 Peter asks: “How many times do I have to forgive my brother if he keeps on sinning against me?” Every time we pray the Lord’s Prayer we pray, “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.” But like Peter, there are times when …

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