Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity

Strangers Here Saint Luke 17:11-19 Last Sunday we heard a parable told by our Lord Jesus involving a Samaritan man and some Jewish men. Today we also hear a story involving a Samaritan man and some Jewish men, but this story is not made up; it is no parable, but a real event in the[…]

Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity

The Good Samaritan Saint Luke 10:23–37 Hezekiah was a good and faithful king of Judah. He was 25 years old when he began to rule and he reigned in Jerusalem for 29 years. Of him we are told that, “he did what was right in the eyes of the Lord, according to all that David[…]

Twelfth Sunday after Trinity

God Turning Things Upside Down Saint Mark 7:31–37 What would you think if someone told you that things had just turned “upside down” for them? Without any other information than “upside down,” you’d likely assume that something terrible had suddenly happened; such as it did with the residents of coastal Texas when Hurricane Harvey visited[…]