Sermon: Strange King November 24, 2019

Christ proclaims the arrival of the Kingdom of God: “Here comes God’s kingdom! Change your hearts and lives, and trust this good news!” CEB Christ describes the Kingdom of God: it is like a small lump of leaven in a large quantity of dough; it is like a shepherd who leaves the 99 sheep to save the one that is lost; the kingdom is like a father who has two sons; and like a Samaritan who saves a man left for dead in a ditch. The Kingdom is like a king who invites the poor to the wedding banquet of his Son. Christ also Demonstrates the Kingdom with Healings of body and healings of mind—setting people free from Mortal Mind’s false programs of happiness that run on fear, anxiety, greed, lust, jealousy, and anger. He demonstrates the Kingdom by eating meals with outcasts and sinners, sex workers and tax collectors.  

Last Pentecost/Christ the King, November 24, 2019 + William Bradbury. Jeremiah 23:1-6, Psalm 46, Colossians 1:11-20, Luke 23:33-43