In the Name of the Living God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen.
I think it’s safe to say that if you are an Episcopalian who faithfully attends mass during the long Florida summer when, judging by our summer numbers, clearly most Episcopalians take the summer off, you in fact want to bear the good, vibrant fruit of the gospel in your lives. Your very presence here [this evening/this morning] testifies to the fact that you’d like to be a better disciple.
But even if you’re one of those who prefers going to mass only at Christmas and Easter, and so you’re here today against your will because your husband or wife made you, I have yet to meet a single Christian (or any modern, global citizen for that matter) that doesn’t deep down really want to produce some good fruit – even if they have no clue where to start.
I mean come on, be honest; who doesn’t want to be a better person? It’s all the rage, is it not? Continue reading ‘Sermon – Sunday July 13, 2014/Rev. Charleston D. Wilson’ »