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Landscape of Lent: Cave

In the story as told in the gospel of John, said Catherine Williams in her sermon on April 6, Lazarus probably  counted on Jesus coming to heal him. She imagined how he would have felt: “You take to your fevered bed that night … Continue reading

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Landscape of Lent: Water

  The Landscape of Lent: Water A Sermon by Jana Purkis-Brash Sunday, March 23, 2014.  Jana’s topic was the story in John 4: 5-42 about the Samarian woman at the well. For the complete sermon, click here. Her conclusion:  Over and over … Continue reading

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The Landscape of Lent: Wilderness

God’s Word shows us that even life’s barren and hostile wilderness cannot separate us from God’s love and the destiny God has for us. That’s what ZhiHui Poh preached on March 9 in a Lenten sermon at Princeton United Methodist … Continue reading

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