Monthly Archives: September 2013

Can you take it with you?

( Proper 21C: Amos 6, 1-7. 1 Timothy 6, 16-19; Luke 16, 19-31) “You can’t take it with you when you go,” people often say. But many people have a jolly good try at controlling what happens to their material … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

  Proper 19 Year C (1 Timothy 1, 12-17; Luke 15, 1-10) When the M25 was first completed, there were several stories of people getting lost on it. One man, 84 year old grandfather William Allen, drove himself to exhaustion, … Continue reading

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More than a Taste of Honey!

  ( Deuteronomy 26, 1-11;  Luke 7, 36 – 50) The older ones among you may remember the play, film, and pop song of the late 50s and early 60s – ‘A Taste of Honey.’ Well, there’s more than a … Continue reading

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Guess who’s coming to dinner?

    (Proverbs 25, 6-7; Hebrews 13, 1-8, 15-16; Luke 14, 1 & 7-14)   Have any of you ever had to organise a wedding reception? It’s an absolute minefield!   How much do you spend? Where do you hold … Continue reading

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