Jabbok Dawn

Tumbling in the Sand

Mixed Up.

Young Wheat

The texts for Sunday, July 17, 2011 are:  Wisdom of Solomon 12:13, 16–19; Psalm 86:11–17; Romans 8:12–25; and Matthew 13:24–30, 36–43

Audio of sermon: Pentecost-L16A.2011-1

… God tends our lives as though they were wheat fields without any weeds.
so that the evil, the sin, the death-dealing parts of our lives
do not destroy what is good.
But what is good, life-giving and enriching is tended
by God’s love
and bears richly
despite our mixed up selves …

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