Having seen Joseph and TheAmazing Technicolor Dreamcoat I thought that a sermon series on Joseph wouldn’t take long at all. But as we’ve been going through the Joseph story at St Luke’s, I’ve come to appreciate how much is going on here. In Genesis 45 we see the climax of the story. A broken family is reunited. Because God is all about restoration.
The sermon audio is after the jump.
From the Urban Dictionary:
Twihard –A serious/obsessive reader of the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer, one leap above Twilighters. The difference between being a Twilighter and being a Twihard, is that Twihards have embraced a new Twiligion… er…. I mean, religion based on Twilight. They live and breath Twilight. Most Twihards are for Edward and Bella. Therefore, those Twihards are all for true love & love at first sight. Point out one thing to a Twihard, and they can relate it to Twilight instantly. Savage and wild, they need every single thing to be perfect in the upcoming Twilight movie.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve noticed something very wrong in the above category. And that’s because it’s all too real. Twilight is a new religion. And there’s good reason to be concerned about that.
Sermon from Genesis 33. Given at St Luke’s Liverpool in 2008. There are a lot of similarities between Jacob/Esau and Schwarzenegger/DeVito from the movie Twins…
Here’s a sermon I preached at St Luke’s at the start of last year. It was my first sermon at St Luke’s. At the 7pm service there was a sing-a-long. Good times.