• Bradley Hall

    Contributing sermons since Jul 19, 2002
Bradley's church

New Market Presbyterian Church
New Market, Alabama 35761

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  • The Healing Sin

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2008
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    Jesus’ healing of a blind man confirms his identity as a sinner in the eye of the Pharisees.

    Who could POSSIBLY object to the healing of a blind man? Well, plenty of people. Jesus is strolling around the town when he sees a man who has been blind since birth. The common thinking at that time was that such afflictions as blindness and deafness were brought about by sin -- somebody’s sin. more

  • How To Seduce A Drunk Businessman And Get Your Story In The Bible

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Modern Christians can learn a lot from Ruth’s commitment to her mission.

    Our call to worship this morning is a good reminder of one of the great truths of the Old Testament: The Jewish faith was inextricably linked to the bloodline and family tree of the Hebrew People. The punch line of story of Ruth is that she ends up being the great-grandmother of the Great King more

  • We Need The Easter Eggs

    Contributed on Apr 22, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    Easter is the celebration of an impossible miracle. We forget this at our peril.

    As people of faith have been saying for centuries, “The Lord works in funny ways.” I mean, REALLY funny. In my case, God actually set me about the task of watching my DVD of Woody Allen’s ANNIE HALL at about one in the morning when I knew good and well I had to get up and go in to the hospital at more

  • Good Ol' Jesus

    Contributed on Apr 22, 2007

    Charlie Brown, the Apostle Paul, and Jesus want us to ask, "How does the other team feel?"

    You may recall that on Easter Sunday I made reference to Charles Schulz’s comic strip PEANUTS. The fact that I have to identify it as “Charles Schulz’s comic strip PEANUTS” just shows you how much things have changed. In the circles where I grew up, you could quote “PEANUTS” with no more more

  • A Tale Of Two Dances

    Contributed on Jul 19, 2002
    based on 60 ratings

    The tragedy of Herod contrasts with the triumph of King David.

    There are two different gatherings mentioned in our readings this morning. One of them takes place in the court of King David, and the other takes place in the court of Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Judæa. They are similar in that they tell about two powerful leaders putting on elaborate feasts of more

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