Date: June 3, 2012
Liturgical Sunday: Trinity Sunday
RCL Scripture: Psalm 29; Isaiah 6:1-8; Romans 8:12-17; John 3:1-17
Sermon Title: The Trinity
Knox Presbyterian [audio:https://wordsfromthemiddle.ca/wp-content/uploads/120603_-_Knox.mp3|titles=The Trinity]
St. Mark’s Presbyterian [audio:https://wordsfromthemiddle.ca/wp-content/uploads/120603_-_St_Marks.mp3|titles=The Trinity]
I’m sorry that I haven’t got to this post until Monday, I really, really try to get this sort of thing up on Sunday . . . just in case.
This is Trinity Sunday and the sermons are my attempt, which may not be all that good of an attempt, to walk the balancing act between a theological lecture on the origin and meaning of the Trinity and what the Trinity has to do with us today. It is, by no means, a dry and dusty doctrine with no connection to us, rather it is the unmistakable evidence of the ultimate relationality of God; God in three Persons.
I hope, as I always do, that you will find this, or these messages, meaningful and helpful. Please feel free to add a comment or two if you have anything to say. I really value dialogue. Really.
PS I would just like to remind you that if you don’t want to listen to this (or any recent) sermon from this page and your browser refuses to let you download from here, use this link which has this and the past few sermons all ready for downloading.