4th Sunday after the Epiphany Sermon
January 28, 2024, 12:00 AM

In worship we are reminded that God is responsible for everything in heaven and earth. An overarching theme in scripture was sharing the insights we have about God with others. The Psalmist reminds us that we are compelled to sing God’s praises and tell the world, in word and deed, what God has done for us. Paul’s letter shares that the information about God we learn should not be used to put down others who don’t have the same level of understanding as we do. The gospel lesson is a reminder that we will be able to achieve more for God than we believe we are capable of. The sermon was based on the Hebrew Scripture reading from Deuteronomy. The writer affirms that God raises prophets who must share God’s word, but not to add to or remove from that word.

Our mission is to share God with our community in a way which is relatable, mostly for us but for all of us. We should share with others who are not like us so that we can get a better understanding of how God works in our world by sharing the message of hope and restoration with others and having them share with us. How are you working out God’s call on your life?




Readings: Deuteronomy 18:15-20; Psalm 111; 1 Corinthians 8:1-13;Mark 1:21-28

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