Tyranny vs. the Yoke of Jesus | Podcast

I discuss power, authority, and glory rendered differently in the spiritually sick and the spiritually healthy. We do not want to be a tyrant, and we do not want to be ruled by tyrants. But, whom or what will we serve? Ultimately, we must be yoked to our high priest, Jesus.

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Judgment Day | Podcast

In my Advent sermon, I reveal how necessary it is for us, as members of the Body of Christ, to prepare for the day of judgment. While we are here on this earth, we must be on guard and look up to our Lord, instead of crumbling into the cares and worries of the world. As written in Luke 21, now is the time to prepare as if the Day of Judgment were tomorrow. And we can put our trust in our Lord, who will make us right.

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Watch, Make Haste, and Ponder | Podcast

In my Christmas Eve sermon, I discuss how to watch, make haste, and ponder. Like the shepherds, who had the disposition to be available, we watch. Like Mary, in response to the Incarnation, we ought to ‘make haste.’ And still like Mary, in her contemplative response toward our Lord, we ponder. Also, follow along, as I unpack what we see in Andrei Rublev’s Icon, below. It’s a wonderful example of contemplation on the Incarnation.
Andrei Rublev’s Nativity Icon

Conflicting Worlds: The Magi and Herod | Podcast

I compare the Magi and Herod in relation to their perception of Christ. The Magi are looking up for the King of the Jews, Herod is looking down for fear of losing his throne. We also find that specific parallels lie between the gifts of the Magi and the elements of Christ in how He relates to us as King.

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