Sermons on “Amos”

That We May Live

Is it possible to be something by not being something? I know, that’s an intense question to ask so early on a Sunday morning, so let me ask it another way: one some level do we define who we are by who we aren’t?

Perhaps some of you have heard the contemporary term applied to many young millennials today, the “nones.” Recent social science indicates that one third of young adults (18-29) and just over one third of thirty-somethings in the US identify as non-religious. Spiritual, yes, but without religious affiliation

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Prophecy of Justice and Righteousness

Dear friends in Christ, grace and peace. Amen

I like and dislike the words of the prophets.

I like them because they are direct, honest and they aren’t afraid to ruffle a few feathers. The prophets have great conviction and their willingness to speak an unpopular word is admirable.

I dislike the prophets for basically the same reasons. They convict me and my silence.

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