Monthly Archives: October 2011

Speculation is futile – Preparation is crucial

Proper 27a – Sunday 6th November 2011 Matthew 25: 1-13 I’ve been dying to use this quote for weeks, but just after I discovered it (from one of BibleGateway’s blogs) the readings from Matthew changed from parables to narrative text! … Continue reading

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Your life will count for plenty

Proper 26a – Sunday 30th October 2011 Matthew 23: 1-12 Been catching up on the news this past couple of days. Story of the week has to be the marathon runner who caught the bus to 3rd place. Fantastic. Like … Continue reading

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Passion and prayer and intelligence

Proper 25a – Sunday 23rd October 2011 Matthew 22: 15-22 One of the most fascinating stories I heard last week was about the creation of the High Line Park in New York. Originally built in 1929 to take trains and freight … Continue reading

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Join the NUMPTIES today

Proper 24a – Sunday 16th October 2011 Matthew 22:15-22 The Tories are in town. Manchester is awash with blue as the Conservative Party holds its annual autumn conference. To mark this auspicious occasion, in their second year in government, the … Continue reading

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