Sermon, John 16:12-15, Holy Trinity, Andrei Rublev

Bearing the Unbearable – A Sermon on John 16:12-15 for the Feast of the Holy Trinity

John 16:12-15, Feast of the Holy Trinity “Jesus said to the disciples, ‘I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now’” (John 16:12). When I hear Jesus talking about the unbearable things of life I want to run away. But I can’t. It’s too late. There’s no where to go. As painful as it is to remember and as … Continue reading Bearing the Unbearable – A Sermon on John 16:12-15 for the Feast of the Holy Trinity

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God the Unbearable, A Sermon on the Holy Trinity

I do not intend to try and explain the Holy Trinity, one God in three persons. Some might hear that as a strange or even unfaithful beginning for a sermon on this day, the Feast of the Holy Trinity. Others, perhaps, will be relieved that they are to be spared nonsensical math and silly analogies that are often less than helpful and usually wrong anyway. … Continue reading God the Unbearable, A Sermon on the Holy Trinity