We’re back, with a brand new sermon to boot! Most churches celebrated All Saints’ Day on Nov. 5th (transferred from Nov. 1st). I chose not to do that, I am not big into transferring feasts, but in talking with colleagues, it seems that I am one of the few who opted out of All Saints’. Oh well. Because of All Saints’ this part of Matthew is not often heard in the pews, but it is a very important narrative and one that is very relevant to present times.
To borrow a phrase (screen shot) from one of my favorite new TV shows, “The Good Place”
(credit to spoliertv.com)
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