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Through Lent With George Herbert Thursday After the Fourth Sunday of Lent Justice (I) I cannot skill of these thy ways. Lord, thou didst make me, yet thou woundest me; Lord, thou dost wound me, yet thou dost relieve me: … Continue reading
The good does draw to the good. – Chris Hedges Chris Hedges is an award-winning American journalist who this past January gave the John Albert Hall lecture at the University of Victoria, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The organizers underestimated … Continue reading
A sermon preached at the Parish of St. Dunstan, Gordon Head on Easter Sunday 2018. Gordon Head is a neighbourhood located in the District of Saanich, which part of the Greater Victoria Region on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Alleluia! … Continue reading
Monday December 5, 2016 Monday after the Second Sunday of Advent Isaiah 5.8–12, 18–23 1 Thessalonians 5.1–11 Luke 21.20–28 The text of the readings follows after the comments. When people hear the word “apocalypse” they usually understand it as this: … Continue reading