Monthly Archives: June 2012
2 Samuel 1:1,17-27 The heart is heavy Deep love for friend and enemy The Song of the Bow ——————————————– Psalm 130 The way I’m praying It’s more than a morning watch Here in the depths ——————————————– Lamentations 3:22-33 A piece of the Lord Fruit of sitting in silence Unceasing God love ——————————————– 2 Corinthians 8:7-15 […]
The lectionary texts for this Sunday are all gold mines of inspiration and challenge. The Old Testament text, 2 Samuel 1:1,16-17, is the song David writes to lament the death of Saul and Jonathan. David was many things in life, but what stand out the most here is his gift with words. He wrote from […]
I ran across the following video of Henri Nouwen’s ever-popular and oft quoted sermon, “Being the Beloved.”
18? I guess that makes us adults in marriage years. What an incredible 18 years they have been to the beautiful bride who continues to be my passion, inspiration, fascination, extroversion, and devotion. I look forward to the next 18! Jinny gave me the card on the left this morning at breakfast. I found a […]
“Why is Jesus Asleep in My Storm?” Mark 4:35-41 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, June 24, 2012 John Henson iTunes audio is here. Seeing that Jesus is in your boat, discovering that he isn’t worried about what you are worried about, and trusting that he is lord of the storm.
I am at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly, in Ft. Worth, this week. I’ll be lucky to get much of a sermon together for Sunday, much less post much about the lectionary texts this week. Instead of posting about each one, I am just writing a few thoughts about the Gospel text–the one I’ll […]
“Fathers and Mustard Seeds: The Power of Influence” Mark 4:26-36 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, June 17, 2012 Pentecost 3B iTunes Pocast of Sermon here