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These are sermons that are not in a series or theme.
Lots of folks are terrified of the book of Revelation. It is, admittedly, one really strange book. But it was written to be understood and it holds some of the most powerful teaching in scripture. In this series, we’ll focus on just two chapters to see what it can teach us about how to enjoy God. Enjoy God? Seriously? Yep. It’s called worship.
Isaac Asimov once lamented that “science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.” In other words, we ask, “Can a thing be done,” before we even have an answer to the question, “Should we do it?” So how do you decide right from wrong? That’s what we’re rethinking in this series.
Each May, we honor the Twickenham youth who are about to graduate.
Along with giving us an entirely new vocabulary – social distancing, community spread, N 95, PPE – COVID 19 has produced some new stresses into our lives. Health providers are worried about isolation fatigue, pandemic fatigue, Zoom fatigue. Notice a blazing common thread there? Fatigue. We are wearier than ever before. Working from home has blurred the boundaries making work/life balance nearly impossible to maintain. The solution, believe it or not, is to be found on a distant mountain, chiseled into two stone tablets, and giving to an ancient prophet by God himself. My friend, I give you the fourth commandment.
2020 is finally over. So, how do you recover from the kind of year we just had? Especially given that we’re going to have to buck up and deal with the one that’s just getting started? How do you recover from any setback, failure, disaster, heartbreak or misfortune? In times like this, you turn to the Bible hoping to find something to get you through. Then you discover that the book you are trying to understand, understands you.
What if we simplified things this year. What if, instead of getting a dozen things you don’t want or need, you received only four gifts. Four gifts that change everything. Something you want. Something you need. Something to share. Something to believe.