This week’s sermons are drawn from the story of David and Goliath and revolve around why we should use what we know rather than trying to use what well meaning people suggest we use. It is important for us to keep learning and trying new things but when we need to accomplish something, use what you know to do it.
Knox Presbyterian Use what you know
St. Mark’s Presbyterian Use what you know
I am not entirely sure what is up with my blog and uploading files that you can listen to in the window. Turns out my brother made an erroneous “improvement”. I’ll see about getting that fixed It’s fixed now, and in the meantime, I’m pretty sure you can download them with the links above (don’t worry I’ll test it later and make sure that you can . . . or at least that I can).
- Date: June 24, 2012
- Liturgical Sunday: Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
- RCL Scripture: Psalm 9:9-20; 1 Samuel 17:1a, 4-11, 19-23, 32-49; 2 Corinthians 6:1-13; Mark 4:35-41
- Sermon Title: Use what you know