On this Christ the King Sunday, the lectionary appoints Psalm 95 in order to give us an eternal perspective of unfettered joy, devotion to God, humble dependence on the Lord, and grace-filled appreciation of God’s people.
Month: November 2017
Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Thanksgiving Eve Homily – 2017
The lectionary appoints Psalm 65 for our national day of gratitude, and thus reminds of many ways in which we can recount the goodness of God.
Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Proper 28 – 2017
This Sunday, the lectionary brings us warnings of God’s judgment, but also fill us with reason to hope in Psalm 90:1-12. If we commit to regularly reading Scripture, we’ll discover the timeless God who gives us proper perspective about life over the long haul.
Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Proper 27 – 2017
In the midst of dire warnings in our lectionary readings today, Psalm 70 stands out as a hopeful sign that reminds us we can turn to God’s speedy deliverance in times of trouble.
Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Proper 26 – 2017
The lectionary brings Psalm 43 front and center today, which models how we can turn to God for vindication with a spirit of praise when we are wrongfully accused by others.
Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – All Saints’ – 2017
Our readings put forward Psalm 34:1-10, 22 for the Feast of All Saints. In it we are reminded of God’s unfailing promises for all his beloved flock.