Luke18:9-14, Sermon, Proper 25C, Pharisee, Pharisee and Publican, Pharisee and Tax Collector, Incarnation

When It’s No Longer My Way or the Highway – A Sermon on Luke 18:9-14

Luke 18:9-14 May the Christ in me see and honor the Christ in you, and the Christ in you see and honor the Christ in me. What if that was our expectation every time we met someone? What if that was the attitude underlying our national conversation and our recent presidential debates? What if that was the foundation for our marriages, parenting, and friendships? What … Continue reading When It’s No Longer My Way or the Highway – A Sermon on Luke 18:9-14

The One With The Most Points Is Dead – A Sermon On Luke 18:9-14

The collect and readings for today, the Twenty-second Sunday After Pentecost, Proper 25C, may be found here. The appointed gospel is Luke 18:9-14. He also told this parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and regarded others with contempt: “Two men went up to the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. The Pharisee, standing by himself, was … Continue reading The One With The Most Points Is Dead – A Sermon On Luke 18:9-14