Monthly Archives: September 2011

All dressed up and nowhere to go

Proper 23a – Sunday 9th October 2011 Matthew 22: 1-14 Did I ever tell you I once met the King of Norway? Went to Church with him. Had dinner with him? Got all dressed up. Even combed my hair. It … Continue reading

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In our hands

Proper 22a – Sunday 2nd October 2011 Matthew 21: 33-46 The Story of the Greedy Farmhands “Here’s another story. Listen closely. There was once a man, a wealthy farmer, who planted a vineyard. He fenced it, dug a winepress, put … Continue reading

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Outside the comfort zone

Proper 21a – Sunday 25th September 2011 Matthew 21: 23-32 After a hard day at work there’s no better feeling than going home, hanging your shirt and tie up and putting your slobs on. My slobs are a baggy t-shirt, … Continue reading

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The Chase

Proper 20a – Sunday 18th September 2011 Matthew 20: 1-16 You kind of get addicted to game shows, don’t you? Deal or no deal? The Chase. The Weakest Link. Red or Black? Family Fortunes. Eggheads. Secret Fortune. Total Wipeout. All … Continue reading

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The shadow of the Towers

Proper 19a – Sunday 11th September 2011 Matthew 18: 21-35 What a story to listen to. What a lesson to learn. What a week to be focussing on the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant. I’ve watched a number of programmes … Continue reading

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