Fourth Sunday after Trinity

The Mercy God Commands He Gives Saint Luke 6:36-42 There’s something somewhat comical and yet very sad about the notion of a blind man leading a blind man. It’s comical because it’s just such a ludicrous and preposterous idea—something that you’d laugh at if it were in a Three Stooges film. But in real life,[…]

Third Sunday after Trinity

Sin and Grace Abounding Saint Luke 15:11-32 “Yet, though conscience’ voice appall me, Father, I will seek your face; though Your child I dare not call me, yet receive me in Your grace. Do not for my sins forsake me; let Your wrath not overtake me.” We just sang these words. I bring them before[…]

Second Sunday after Trinity

The Lord’s Banquet For You Saint Luke 14:15-24 Most of the time when Jesus taught using parables, it was to the people who followed Him or to His disciples that the parables were told. The parable that we heard Jesus tell in today’s Gospel Reading, the parable of the great banquet, was, however, told not[…]

First Sunday after Trinity

The Rich Man and Lazarus Saint Luke 16:19-31 As the Lord Jesus made His way to Jerusalem for the last time prior to His death and resurrection, He was followed by a great crowd of people. Some, like His disciples, were with Him all the time and others joined in the procession and walked along[…]

Feast of the Holy Trinity

Gifted by God with Faith and Understanding Saint John 3:1-17 “Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and how inscrutable his ways!” “For who has known the mind of the Lord, or who has been his counselor?” It would seem by these words, dear friends,[…]