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  • El Amor Lo Conquistara Todo. ¿cómo O Por Qué Debemos Amar A Nuestros Enemigos?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on May 6, 2024
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    Amar a nuestros enemigos puede ser imposible, o muy difícil de hacer, pero no si se sabe por qué, y el proceso del amor y cómo se puede superar; convirtiendo algo imposible en algo que debo hacer.

    “Por favor únanse a mí en mi oración”. Que las palabras de mi boca y la meditación de nuestro corazón sean agradables delante de ti, oh Señor, fortaleza nuestra y redentor nuestro. Amén. (Sal. 19:14). Traducido del inglés usando "Google ...read more

  • Love Will Conquer All. How Or Why Should We Love Our Enemies?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on May 6, 2024
     | 84 views

    Loving our enemies can be impossible, or so difficult to do, but not if you know why, and the process of love and how it can overcome; turning something impossible, to something I must do.

    “Please join me in my prayer.” Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of our hearts, be acceptable in your sight, O Lord, our strength, and our redeemer. Amen. (Ps. 19:14). Introduction. You must admit, those were some very powerful bible readings this morning from the apostle John. … John ...read more

  • La Crucifixión De Jesús

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Apr 9, 2024
     | 74 views

    Cómo se aplica la crucifixión a nosotros.

    Lectura 4: Marcos 15, 16 – 32 La Crucifixión de Jesús Cómo se aplica la crucifixión a nosotros. Relato de los evangelios. Quizás le resulte extraño descubrir que el Nuevo Testamento realmente no nos proporciona muchos de los detalles de la crucifixión de Cristo. ...read more

  • The Crucifixion Of Jesus.

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Apr 9, 2024
     | 175 views

    How the crucifixion applies to us.

    Reading 4: Mark 15, 16 – 32 The Crucifixion of Jesus How the crucifixion applies to us. Gospels account. You may find it strange to find that the New Testament does not really provide us with many of the details of Christs crucifixion. In fact, there is remarkable brevity, and restraint on the ...read more

  • Living In A Far From Perfect World

    Contributed by John Newton on Mar 18, 2024
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     | 309 views

    Peter’s words to slaves in the first century are relevant to our world in the twenty-first.

    I suspect that a number of you have heard the old story of the young man who was desperately seeking God’s guidance for some crucial issue in his life. For some reason he decided that the best way forward might be simply to allow his Bible to fall open randomly and then follow the wisdom of ...read more

  • How Will You Be Remembered?

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 19, 2024
     | 564 views

    When you die, will you b e remembered for the good you did, or for the time wasted

    Proverbs 22:1 Ben just came to town as a new rabbi. Unfortunately, his first official duty was to conduct a funeral service for Albert, a man who died in his eighties, with few relatives. Since Ben didn't know the deceased personally, he paused from his sermon to ask if anyone in the ...read more

  • We Are His Disciples

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 19, 2024
     | 441 views

    How do we become disciples of Jesus?

    John 1:43-51 “Speak, Lord, for your servants are listening.” Give us ears to hear Jesus calling, “Follow me.” Help us find ways to “Come and see.” The calling of disciples is a mystery, something profound, sacred, and beyond complete human comprehension. It usually involves divine intervention in ...read more

  • Baptism And Temptations

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 19, 2024
     | 260 views

    immediately after Jesus was baptized by John he was forced into the desert by the Holy Spirit

    Mark 1:9-15 Today is the first Sunday of Lent – the annual period of self-reflection leading to the joy and celebration of Easter. It is also the Sunday that we hear in the reading about the baptism of Jesus and God's affirmation that He is His "well-beloved son." It helps ...read more

  • Rejoice! I Say Rejoice!

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 12, 2024
     | 437 views

    On this third Sunday of Advent (Gaudete Sunday), we change from penitence to rejoicing for what is to come.

    John 1:6-8, 19-28 The shortest and darkest day and longest night of the year – the Winter Solstice – occurs this week. It is the onset of the winter season when the sun is the furthest from Earth and is often a time of darkness, doubt, and fear. And yet, Sunday is Gaudete Sunday - a beloved day ...read more

  • Los Pastores, Los Ángeles Y El Reino De Dios.

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Dec 31, 2023
     | 413 views

    El belén con los pastores y los ángeles, pero es una introducción al Reino de Dios y una esperanza para el año venidero.

    Este sermón fue pronunciado en la Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad en Ayr, Ayrshire, Escocia, el 31 de diciembre de 2023. (una Iglesia Episcopal Escocesa en las Diócesis de Glasgow y Dumfries). “Por favor únanse a mí en mi oración”. Que las palabras de mi boca y la ...read more

  • The Shepherds, Angels And The Kingdom Of God.

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Dec 31, 2023
     | 317 views

    The nativity scene with the Shepherds and Angels, yet it is an introduction to the Kingdom of God and hope for the year to come.

    This sermon was delivered to Holy Trinity Church in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 31st December 2023 (a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries). “Please join me in my prayer.” Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of our hearts, be acceptable in your sight, O ...read more

  • What’s In A Name?

    Contributed by John Newton on Dec 28, 2023
     | 453 views

    The angel told Joseph to name Mary’s baby “Jesus” for a reason...

    If you were expecting a baby—and you knew it was going to be a boy—what do you think you would name him? Well, in Canada apparently the most popular name for boys right now is Noah, followed closely by Liam and William. (And for the record, the top three girls’ names are Olivia, Emma and ...read more

  • The Journey Of Joy

    Contributed by John Newton on Dec 17, 2023
     | 468 views

    Three perspectives on joy from Isaiah

    As I was preparing to preach this week, I considered giving my sermon the title “Getting Serious About Joy”. Then I thought better of it and came up with “Joy Is No Laughing Matter”. All joking aside, were you aware that joy is currently the subject of a high-level academic examination? Nine years ...read more

  • There’s More To The Story

    Contributed by John Newton on Nov 19, 2023
     | 889 views

    It seems that John has finished writing his gospel. But no! He adds another chapter.

    For the last couple of Sundays we’ve been reading from John 20—the beloved disciple’s dramatic account of Jesus’ resurrection. We’ve stood with Mary Magdalene weeping outside the empty tomb as she mistook the risen Jesus for the gardener. And we’ve been with the disciples in the upper room as they ...read more

  • How To Enter God’s Heavenly Kingdom.

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Oct 15, 2023
     | 381 views

    An easy-to-read parable, but with the most powerful of meanings. It’s a bit scary in times but it clearly outlines our purpose in life, and the consequences; encouraging others to follow Jesus.

    Introducción: Hace años, me presentaron y quedé fascinado con los temas sobre el reino de los cielos, sin embargo, si tuviera que presentar o incluso describir este reino, no usaría esta lectura de la mañana para hacerlo, porque aunque esta lectura parece relativamente ...read more