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Spirit and flesh

Such contortions of the flesh, bearing down in humility before the Spirit, pregnant with the weight of glory, groaning as a child sighs in the dark, sideways, furled in on itself, dreaming the impossible

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The Promise

This sermon for Pentecost 5, Year A Proper 11, was preached at St Paul’s, Norwalk, OH, 17 July 2011 When we left Jacob last Sunday, he had wrestled with his brother in their mother’s womb, he had tricked his brother … Continue reading

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