Tag Archives: Elijah

Read Mark and Inwardly Digest: The Transfiguration

One thing that is noted of Mark’s portrayal of Jesus is his humanity. In Mark we see Jesus display the full range of human emotion, but not today, not in this passage which is often referred to as The Transfiguration. … Continue reading

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St Peter’s Day

This week has seen the 20th anniversary of the publication of the first Harry Potter book: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. There is a twist in the long plot of Harry Potter (SPOILERS!) where it is discovered that Harry … Continue reading

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#Believe: Get out of Your Man Cave

Apparently there is a big fuss about Europe right now. Yes, there is a lot of discussion as to whether Britain should remain a part of the EU or not, but that isn’t what I’m thinking about right now. The … Continue reading

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Trinity 1: Cult or Covenant?

As we enter into the long months of the summer ordinary season, we are given 2 sets of readings to choose between. The gospel passage remains the same but the allocation of ┬áthe Old Testament passage depends on whether we … Continue reading

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Stop, Look and Listen: The Transfiguration

This one Sunday in between the last feast of Christmas and the beginning of Lent, is a visual feast to the eyes. The Transfiguration of Christ is a rather exotic and dramatic event and many artists throughout the centuries have … Continue reading

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Ordinary Time: Do you see what I see?

When I first read through the gospel passage in preparation for this week’s sermon, I was taken back a couple of weeks to the Baptism of Jesus. Then we heard those words, ‘this is my Son, who I love and … Continue reading

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Retelling the Stories of Advent: John

Once there was a time when there were no prophets. Everyone remembered the stories of the time when there were prophets, but these stories were more like fairy tales than promises from God. ┬áThese prophets, these men, had come so … Continue reading

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