Sermon on Mark 10:17-22, for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost 2021 (B), about Jesus' closing reflections on the encounter with the rich young man, and how wealth creates a difficulty in entering the kingdom of God; in fact, it's difficult period! How does Jesus' challenge the common thinking of men with His own uncommon thinking?
Sermon on Mark 10:17-22 for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost 2021 (B), about the rich young man's question about eternal life, his own evaluation of his obedience, and Jesus' response. How does Jesus look upon us with love, and give us a high calling? What is the true nature of Christ's obedience? How can we inherit eternal life?
Sermon on Mark 10:6-8, for the 19th Sunday after Pentecost 2021 (B), about how God gave us our bodies as male and female, and that we are wonderfully made. Looking at how the body is an engineering marvel, and why we shouldn't demean or devalue the human body, or devaluing or demeaning either of the sexes. What is the glory and the hope for our bodies?