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Perspective

Perspective Matthew 24:4-8;36-44 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 We live in a pretty scary world, don’t we? A world divided, at almost every level - into “us” and “them” - good and bad... black and white... But I honestly can’t help but wonder if that’s anything new? Because the Bible itself is filled with such contrasting, opposing motifs... wheat and tares... sheep and goats... day and night... righteous and unrighteous... and our lessons for today are no different. We have two images: a “thief” and “birth pains” - and I don’t think they could be more dissimilar... or more unrelated. At least on the surface. But it could be, that Paul was thinking of Jesus’ words from Matthew 24... where Jesus

Woke!

Woke! Matthew 25:1-13 Woke! Matthew 25:1-13 Our Lesson today can seem a little outdated... a little antiquated, I suppose. And I’ll admit it... right here, in front of God and everyone... that I wouldn’t be preaching on this particular lesson today, had it not been today’s Lectionary reading. All this talk about lamps, and oil... trimming wicks.... virgins, for heaven’s sake... that’s pushing the limits for any good Presbyterian! We just don’t think in such terms today, for the most part. So we tend to “write-off” such Lessons as insignificant... out-of-touch... or not-so-relevant for our lives today... and we just move on to something, somewhere else that makes more sense to us as 21st

The Joy of the Lord

“The Joy of the Lord” Nehemiah 7:73b-8:1-3;5-6;9-10 “The Joy of the Lord” Nehemiah 7:73b-8:1-3;5-6;9-10 “This day is holy to our Lord. Do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.” Today is, without doubt... one of the happiest days of the year here at WPPC! A day to celebrate our heritage... and to remember both who and Whose we are... as Presbyterian Christians! It’s also our church’s 180th anniversary! 18 decades of witness and service... 180-years of Reformed faith, professing “Faith alone, Scripture alone, Grace alone, Christ alone, while giving Glory to God alone!” 180-years of celebrating the love, mercy and forgiveness of God in Christ. As our scripture reading decla

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