Tag Archives: Pentecost

Are We Chickens Or Eagles, Worthy Or Unworthy, Condemned Or Destined?

Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost
Sermon: Rev. Paul M. Turner, Senior Pastor
Reading: Luke 13:10-17

But Jesus shot back, “You frauds! Each Sabbath every one of you regularly unties your cow or donkey from its stall, leads it out for water, and thinks nothing of it. So why isn’t it all right for me to untie this daughter of Abraham and lead her from the stall where Satan has had her tied these eighteen years?” (Verses 15-16)

Everything Is Beautiful

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost
Sermon: Alyce Keener, Vicar
Reading: Luke 6:27-36

To you who are ready for the truth, I say this: Love your enemies. Let them bring out the best in you, not the worst. (Verse 27)

The Other Serenity Prayer: God, grant me the serenity to stop beating myself up for not doing things perfectly, the courage to forgive myself because I’m working on doing better, and the wisdom to know that you already love me just the way I am. (unknown)

Everything Is Beautiful” by Ray Stevens

Finding Time

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Sermon: Rev. Paul M. Turner, Senior Pastor
Reading: Luke 10:38-42

The Master said, “Martha, dear Martha, you’re fussing far too much and getting yourself worked up over nothing.” (Verse 41)