The Diseased Imaginings of a Tainted Mind
It’s been a while since I posted a sermon here. That’s predominantly because I’ve moved to delviering sermons from notes.
Unusually last weekend, I felt the need to write out the sermon, as it was going to be a bit complicated to make sure that everything was explained in order.
That means that I have a sermon to post here, hopefully, it’s as well recieved as it was in person.
Evil and Salvation – the devil you know?
The Power of Words, written for Christmas Eve. I’ve uploaded it before the service (which is at 11:30), because I won’t have time afterwards!
Sermon : The Power of the Word
The Kingdom of God is exactly nothing like Ankh-Morpork – A Sermon for Christ the King Sunday
This is my sermon for Rememberence Sunday.
We Will Remember Them.
Michah 4:-15, James 3:13-18, John 15:9-13,16-17
Breaking with tradition, I’m uploading my sermon about the nationals now. This is a draft but may very well remain unchanged, depending on the time that I have.
The readings for this sermon are :
Acts 3:12-19, 1 John 3:1-7, Luke 24:36-48
An Easter Eve Sermon.
This was an interesting sermon, both in the way it was written, and the way it was recieved.
The beginning terrified me…
I felt guilty all the way through..
I’m not sure how I feel about those comments.
Reading – Gospel : John 1:1-14
This is a Sermon about the person of Jesus, using an illustration from a roleplay Character of mine who’s famous introduction was “I bring you Greetings from the Temple of the Celestial Flame”.
As this is a Family Talk, the bold type sentances above the paragraphs are there to remind me what is in the paragraphs that follows them. With Family Talks, I attempt to do them as much as possible “script-less”, but these little prompts can be invaluable when there are children running around, and when you find yourself chasing rabbits.
2 Samuel 7.1-11,16
Psalm 89.14, 19-26
Okay, so perhaps I should have uploaded these individual, but I haven’t. Mostly because this blog has begun to fall a little out of use since the invention of Google+. That and the entire getting used to being a Deacon. I should also note that I’ve not spell-checked them, as I’m dyslexic, it’s much easier to read them with the spelling mistakes in them. I should also say that there are two that are missing from here, my famous “Kermit the Frog” sermon, because that one was done from notes as it was a Family Service, so there is no full-text for that, and the “Boom Ooh Yatta-ta-ta”, which, again, does not have a full-text for it. I will try to get those done with a full-text and post them. I should try to get these written up as I do them.