NextSunday Worship


Lawrence E. Webb

  • November 23, 2014

    “The King of Love My Shepherd Is”

    Year A – Reign of Christ – Twenty Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

    INTRODUCTION With celebrities in movies and on television, you can go to the Internet and find pictures of them in various roles and at different stages of their lives. For example, the British actor Roddy McDowall was well-known in the 1940s as a child star in My Friend Flicka and Lassie Come Home. He survived […]

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  • November 16, 2014

    Lodged Useless or Found Useful?

    Year A – Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost

    INTRODUCTION John Milton was one of the best-known poets in England in the seventeenth century.  He also was a strong advocate of freedom of speech and freedom of the press.  He was a devout Protestant Christian.   Milton began losing his sight when he was in his early forties, and he was totally blind by […]

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  • November 9, 2014

    “Words of Comfort and Challenge”

    Year A – Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost

    Louisa is a great grandmother who is Rapturous — with a Capital “R.” She eagerly awaits the end of her earthly life, confident this will also be the end of life as we know it for all Christians before the Great Tribulation begins. She writes “Rapturously” about swooshing through the air with the redeemed of […]

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  • November 2, 2014

    “Paul: The Father and Nurse”

    Year A – Twenty First Sunday after Pentecost

    INTRODUCTION A barefoot, freckle-faced, blue-eyed boy named Dooley Barlowe was wearing dirty overalls when he showed up Tim Kavanagh’s door. Dooley was with his grandpa who the janitor at the church where Tim was better known as Father Tim, the Episcopal priest. Dooley was an eleven-year-old semi-orphan who used mild “cussin’” and backwoods English. But, […]

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