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Sermons on Luke

Carol Service

The 17th century poet Richard Herrick wrote, The darling of the world is come,And fit it is, we find a roomTo welcome him. To welcome him. And what Mary and Joseph’s arrival in Bethlehem teaches us is that, if we do welcome Christ we will find that we are not welcoming a stranger, you may…

The Last People you’d Ask

We take the presence of the shepherds at the birth of Christ for granted, but why where they were? Because the truth is … There was no-one less qualified to understand what they saw There was no-one less convincing as a witnesses to what had happened

God or Man

Luke 2:1-7 sets two very different people in contrast in the Christmas story: Caesar Augustus – the man who would be a god Jesus Christ – the God who would be a man