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How It Came to Be the Way It Is

A Homily for Trinity 1 June 23, 2019 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Genesis 3 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord my strength and my redeemer. Amen. We believe that all of scripture is breathed out by God – that is to say that the whole canon of scripture is inspired by Him, when we read it, we are reading God’s words, and in it we learn who He is, who we are, how we come to know Him, the nature of His creation, and we see the story of salvation spelled out. For this reason we should take time to hear the words read, read them ourselves, mark them – that is intensely studying them, learn them, and allow them to tr

Let Us Sing "Holy, Holy, Holy."

A Homily for Trinity Sunday June 16, 2019 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Isaiah 6:1-8 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. Trinity Sunday marks the end of our seasons of festivals – Easter, Ascension, and Pentecost now lay behind us as we enter into “the long green season,” as some have called it. It is called by others “Ordinary Time” for the use of non-festal music during the season. As we move into Trinitytide shift from our season of rejoicing in all the glory of God and all that He has done for us and into a season of learning. For traditional Anglicans – the start of thi

The Ethic of Love and Living in the Spirit

June 9, 2019 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: John 14:51-31 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen Today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday, in the Anglican tradition it has commonly been called Whitsunday. Like so many things English – this common name stems out of a need for a practical solution. In the ancient church – catechumens, that is converts to the faith would spend months preparing – the 40 days of lent would be a rigorous time learning, fasting, and prayer so that the new believers hearts and minds would be conformed to Christ. At the Easter vigil new converts would be bapti

The Christian Ethic - in the shadow of eternity

A Homily for the Sunday after Ascension June 2, 2019 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: 1 Peter 4:7-11 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. As I was reading about the second lesson we read this morning from St. Peter’s epistle one commentator titled this section “the life lived in the shadow of eternity.” I think that is a beautiful way to approach the passage – for this is our call – that we would let our lives burn for Christ in the shadow of eternity. This answers the first question about the text that we might have this morning: What exactly does this have to do with the Ascen

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