Monthly Archives: October 2014

Love, Love, Love!

(Leviticus 19, 1-2 & 15-18; Matthew 22, 34-40)  If you wanted a simple statement of the Christian faith, two verses from today’s Gospel reading would provide it: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul … Continue reading

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Give back to God what is God’s!

(Matthew 22, 15-22), Today we are going  to be thinking about two things people are reluctant to talk about in church: no, not that, but money and politics. It’s ery strange that we are so reluctant to discuss these, because … Continue reading

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The Wedding Invitation.

(Isaiah 5,1-7; Philippians 3, 4b-14; Matthew 21, 33-46)  There are few things more likely to cause a family row than organising a wedding. It should be a time when everyone is happy, but it’s amazing how het up people can … Continue reading

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God’s Vineyard

( Isaiah 5, 1-7; Matt. 21, 33-end ) I wonder what place comes into your mind when you think about vineyards? France? Germany? Italy? Australia? California? Well to the writers of our Bible a vineyard meant only one county – … Continue reading

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