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Habakkuk 1:1-13; 2:1-4“O LORD, how long shall I cry for help, and you will not listen?” The prophet Habakkuk is baffled by the injustice that surrounds him. And yet, despite his confusion, he remains faithful to God. Habakkuk’s words and action guide us when we find ourselves baffled before God.Sermon from The Table on 10/30/22.…
 
The thing is, prayer doesn't have to be perfect to be effective. In fact, a prayer muttered with all our fears and short-sighted demands — and even selfish requests — affects life powerfully.Sermon from the 8:45am service on 10/16/22.St. George's Nashville
 
Luke 18:1-8Prayer is like a walking exercise. It is a spiritual exercise. The more you pray daily, the stronger you become. Persistent praying in faith on a particular subject produces an eventual expected result — just like the persistent widow in the gospel reading. Prayer is simply talking to God like a child would with his parents. Pray in a si…
 
Sequence Hymn • 671 Amazing grace! how sweet the soundPsalm 137 1 By the waters of Babylon we sat down and wept, *when we remembered you, O Zion.2 As for our harps, we hung them up *on the trees in the midst of that land.3 For those who led us away captive asked us for a song,and our oppressors called for mirth: *"Sing us one of the songs of Zion."…
 
The question each one of us most longs to ask is “Can you see the real me?” We want to be known as we are. Simultaneously, that same question frightens us more than almost any other. Vulnerability is a risk, but depth of relationship demands it.Sermon from 8/28/22.St. George's Nashville
 
The passage about Jeremiah’s call to ministry is one of many narratives in the Bible known as “call stories.” If you read a sampling of them – say the call of Abraham, or Moses, Joshua, Samuel, Jonah, Isaiah, Mary, Paul (and the list goes on), you'll notice that each of these stories is incredibly unique. God tailors his call to each person. We may…
 
Jesus tells a parable of a rich man whom God calls a fool. The man is a fool because he has missed the meaning of life. He is clueless as to what life is really about, wrongly thinking that life consists in the abundance of possessions. As Christians we believe that our “life is hidden with Christ in God” (Colossians 3:3). Is this true for you? We …
 
Based on the text from Colossians 1:15-28.The 'thrones, dominions, rulers, and powers' mentioned in Colossians 1:16, may be read as Satan's fallen angels camouflaging as light in the invisible realm to deceive those seeking God's light outside of Christ and the Church. Paul emphasized that Jesus is the only true God, who has saved us from these dar…
 
On his way to Jerusalem, Jesus meets three potential disciples. The three conversations he has with these men challenge our understanding of what it means to follow Jesus. Are we willing to be the type of disciples that Jesus desires?Sermon from 6/26/22.St. George's Nashville
 
John 16:12-15Jesus promises us that the Spirit of truth will teach and guide us in our day to day lives. How does the Spirit teach us? And how can we discern if it is God’s Spirit directing us versus our own desires and imaginations?Sermon from 6/12/22.St. George's Nashville
 
Despite abundant religious alternatives, and despite the dangers of becoming a follower of Jesus, and despite the ignominious death of the leader of the movement, Christianity swept the far reaches of the Roman empire and beyond like fire. Why?Sermon from 6/5/22.St. George's Nashville
 
If the dramatic “fireworks” of the Holy Spirit seem strange or intimidating or us, that’s understandable, but that doesn’t mean we get a pass on learning about the Holy Spirit. Sometimes the Holy Spirit’s presence work in our lives looks more like a fire that’s burning in a fireplace that grows slowly, builds over time, and burns steadily over the …
 
Sermon from the 8:45am Nave service with the Rt. Rev. John C. Bauerschmidt, Bishop of Tennessee.At the last supper, when Judas had gone out, Jesus said, “Now the Son of Man has been glorified, and God has been glorified in him. If God has been glorified in him, God will also glorify him in himself and will glorify him at once. Little children, I am…
 
The Book of Revelation has extraordinary significance as it concludes the biblical story. In this sermon, the Rev. Colin Ambrose discusses the biblical metaphor of "chaotic waters" and the promise that God has conquered these waters in the dying and rising of the Son of God. Sermon from 5/15/22.St. George's Nashville
 
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