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Saturday of Trinity 14 – Matthew 6:19-34

ShareMatthew 6:19-34              “You cannot serve two masters.” You cannot serve both God and wealth, and you cannot serve both God and self. You’ve heard the saying, from old Westerns, “This town ain’t big enough for the both of us.”  Well, your life ain’t big enough for 2 opposing masters. So who’s your master?  Who […]

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Friday of the 20th Sunday after Trinity – 1 Timothy 6:1-11

Share1 Timothy 6:1-11 We live in a bipolar country that has on the one hand unparalleled worldly success, measured by physical comfort and luxury, and on the other hand has unparalleled unhappiness.  You could almost say that the U.S. has been a grand experiment in finding happiness in worldly things.  That experiment is a manifest […]

October 22, 2015 | 0 Comments More

Tuesday of 5th Sunday after Easter – Matthew 6:24-34

ShareMatthew 6:24-34 “You cannot serve two masters.” You’ve heard the saying, from the old Westerns: “This town ain’t big enough for the both of us.” Well, your life ain’t big enough for 2 opposing masters. You cannot serve both God and wealth, and you cannot serve both God and self. So who’s your master?  Who […]

May 11, 2015 | 0 Comments More

Monday of Trinity 20 – Matthew 19:16-30

ShareMatthew 19:16-30 Questions are an important part of life.  At their best, they demonstrate a vivacious curiosity and engagement with life.  My twin brother Danny from an early age demonstrated a tenacious curiosity about things, a trait that has not abated as he and I approach the half-century mark. As a teacher, you realize that […]

November 2, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 14 – Matthew 6:19-34

ShareMatthew 6:19-34              “You cannot serve two masters.” You cannot serve both God and wealth, and you cannot serve both God and self. You’ve heard the saying, from old Westerns, “This town ain’t big enough for the both of us.”  Well, your life ain’t big enough for 2 opposing masters. So who’s your master?  Who […]

September 26, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Friday of the 20th Sunday after Trinity – 1 Timothy 6:1-11

Share1 Timothy 6:1-11 We live in a bipolar country that has on the one hand unparalleled worldly success, measured by physical comfort and luxury, and on the other hand has unparalleled unhappiness.  You could almost say that the U.S. has been a grand experiment in finding happiness in worldly things.  That experiment is a manifest […]

October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Tuesday of 5th Sunday after Easter – Matthew 6:24-34

ShareMatthew 6:24-34 “You cannot serve two masters.” You’ve heard the saying, from the old Westerns: “This town ain’t big enough for the both of us.” Well, your life ain’t big enough for 2 opposing masters. You cannot serve both God and wealth, and you cannot serve both God and self. So who’s your master?  Who […]

May 6, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Monday of Trinity 20 – Matthew 19:16-30

ShareMatthew 19:16-30 Questions are an important part of life.  At their best, they demonstrate a vivacious curiosity and engagement with life.  My twin brother Danny from an early age demonstrated a tenacious curiosity about things, a trait that has not abated as he and I approach the half-century mark. As a teacher, you realize that […]

October 21, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 14 – Matthew 6:19-34

ShareMatthew 6:19-34              “You cannot serve two masters.” You cannot serve both God and wealth, and you cannot serve both God and self. You’ve heard the saying, from old Westerns, “This town ain’t big enough for the both of us.”  Well, your life ain’t big enough for 2 opposing masters. So who’s your master?  Who […]

September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Friday of the 20th Sunday after Trinity – 1 Timothy 6:1-11

Share1 Timothy 6:1-11 We live in a bipolar country that has on the one hand unparalleled worldly success, measured by physical comfort and luxury, and on the other hand has unparalleled unhappiness.  You could almost say that the U.S.has been a grand experiment in finding happiness in worldly things.  That experiment is a manifest failure. […]

November 10, 2011 | 0 Comments More