I am playing catch up again, which is always frustrating, but then again, if I don’t play catch up . . . I’ll still be behind!
So this post is for the first Sunday of July, i.e. a month ago [sigh].
This sermon, and there is only one sermon for this post on which more later, is drawn from the story of Naaman. Naaman, a very important military leader for the King of Aram (Syria), suffered from a disease of the skin. His King sent a letter to the King of Israel asking that Naaman be healed. Needless to say this caused consternation at the court and the story proceeds from there.
The point I am trying to address in this sermon is that Naaman, and frequently we, think that even in the midst of seeking help that we know what needs to be done and rebel at the thought of doing what God asks us to do.
The sermon title is “Is that all?”
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There is only one sermon this week because I was treacherously let down by my technology. The sermon that I preached at Knox “disappeared” from a recording device that I was trying out. It was very aggravating as the device, when it works, makes better recordings than the one I used at St. Mark’s. So, sorry about the ongoing quality issues with the sound and sorry that you only got one choice.