Sermon on Transcending Self-Absorption- 19th November 2018

Readings:

Genesis 1:26-27

Mark 8:34-37

In this sermon Rev Peter Bluett reflected on some of the stories surrounding Black Friday and the injuries and deaths which have occurred over the years. He spoke about the gift to humanity of the image of God and how we might transcend the self-absorption which can occasionally lead people to treat each other as adversaries, as Cain did his brother Abel, rather than image bearers.

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Sermon on “Ungrace”- 27th May 2018

Reading:

Genesis 4:1-16

In his sermon this morning Rev. Bluett further explored the concept of grace by looking at what Philip Yancy called “ungrace” or the absence of grace. He illustrated his message by reference to the Old Testament story of Cain and Abel, highlighting the point that it is more than a story about murder and that it can speak into the experience of all people.

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