Luke 7:18-35 John’s question to Jesus

A couple of weeks ago I was kindly invited to preach at Dunlaoghaire Evangelical Church within a series on Luke’s Gospel.

Jonny Somerville videoed the scene of the crime. That’s one ‘L’ in ‘Mitchel’ Jonny 😉

Comments welcome I guess.

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3 thoughts on “Luke 7:18-35 John’s question to Jesus

  1. Hi, Patrick! I enjoyed this. Now I can “hear” you when I read your posts. Makes it more fun. Your message also happens to be very applicable to the I Corinthians series we are currently going through at our church. We are asking (and not always finding very satisfying answers) to what it even looks like to really function as a body and live in relation and community with one another as believers in our western, individualized context. Also, we are struggling against a perception that the cross is the beginning and end of the kingdom of God, rather than the doorway or invitation into it. Appreciated your thoughts.

  2. Also, please excuse / ignore the link. It was a test to see if I could pull off the creation of an html hyperlink in a comment. It seems to have worked. Needless to say, I’m currently gloating and feeling rather more accomplished than the feat probably warrants.

  3. Lovely to hear from you Crystal. I think a lot lies behind that comment about the cross being the beginning and end of the Christian life. Congratulations on the technological achievement – it even works 😉 Beyond me. Glad if sermon a wee bit of help / use. Have always felt a blog walks a tightrope of narcissism and have kept away from photos / videos of myself – so probably a first and a last!

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