Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory

God has visited his people

Luke 7:16
Luke 9:11-17

Sermon Topic

Bread of Life,

The earliest account of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is found in the fifteenth chapter of Paul’s first Letter to the Corinthians. As we read those early verses, we find ourselves feeling close to the Resurrection Event. We feel the sense of joy and the sense of celebration in the life of the early Christians. We feel the intensity of their trust in the God of Resurrection power who raised Jesus from the dead. On the other hand, these Resurrection verses immediately confront us with the hard reality that each of us is going to die. This physical body of ours is going to disintegrate and ultimately disappear. There is nothing we can do to preserve it forever. Ashes to ashes and dust to dust. (Some of us, in fact, may already be feeling a little ashy and a little dusty.)

A Hospital Chaplain has written that he felt privileged to serve as chaplain in a big city hospital because, he said, working with…

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