Sermon, Palm Sunday, Holy Week, Triumphal Entry, Tears, Weeping, Luke 19:28-40, Luke 19:41-46

The Tearful Entry into Holy Week – A Palm Sunday Sermon on Luke 19:28-46

The Palm/Entry Narrative – Luke 18:28-40 (41-46) The Passion Narrative – Luke 22:14-23:56 As we do every year we began this day by taking our place in the triumphal entry, singing our hosannas, and carrying our palms. The triumphal entry, palms, and hosannas have in many ways come to characterize this day and the beginning of Holy Week. That’s not, however, what I want to … Continue reading The Tearful Entry into Holy Week – A Palm Sunday Sermon on Luke 19:28-46

“You can’t touch me. I’ve been baptized!”

Today is the First Sunday after the Epiphany. On this day we always celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of our Lord. The collect and readings for today may be found here. Since the readings from Isaiah and Luke seem connected I have included both below. Isaiah 43:1-7 Thus says the Lord, he who created you, O Jacob, he who formed you, O Israel: Do … Continue reading “You can’t touch me. I’ve been baptized!”