Summary of my planned sermon
*explanation* I have chronic migraines. Horrible, daily medication chronic migraines. Once, maybe twice a year, a migraine rises to the standing-is-a-BAD-idea lever. That it happened on a Sunday was insult to injury. Thank you to the people of St Peter’s who rose to the occasion.)
I was going to preach on Haggai’s question: “Who saw this house in it’s former Glory?”
Everyone and no one. Because it’d been a few decades. And memory is not that reliable. And what does it mean to rebuild what never was. How maybe that costly, impossible goal is our appropriate response to God.
We will now proceed directly to
Other sermons I liked:
Priest Affer challenges the limits of our imagination.
Priest Andrews-Weckerly has me recalling my questions.
Priest Arnold answers with “God’s Daughter”. (And has me back in Narnia. He doesn’t go there, and I support that. But I hear it in my mind.)a
(Here’s the list of people I usually listen to. Am I missing someone?)
The Anglican Church of Canada uses the Roman Ordinary Time numbering system instead of numbering the Propers. Because all of this is odd to me, I’m now indicating both numbering systems.