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  • The Kingdom Of God

    Contributed by Graeme Lamb on Jun 16, 2006
    based on 30 ratings

    The parable of the sower and the mustard seed from Mark’s gospel, and what they reveal to us about God’s kingdom and God’s world

    Becoming a father for the third time over the last couple of months has reminded me again of the wonder of creation. Throughout the natural world, in humanity and in animals and plant life, the same story can be seen – of amazing growth and beauty coming out of something that begins so small. This more

  • Might And Majesty Of God

    Contributed by Graeme Lamb on Jun 13, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    A sermon for Trinity Sunday recognising that the importance isn’t complicated analogies, but recognising God’s glory.

    It always seems to be that as reach Trinity Sunday each year, we’ve reached the last ball of the season – the end of a long liturgical mix of preparation-celebration-penitence and finally more celebration that began back on Advent Sunday the previous year and which has led us gradually through the more

  • Waiting - Pentecost

    Contributed by Graeme Lamb on Jun 2, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    A sermon for the period between Ascension Day and Pentecost

    In many ways the period between the Ascension Day and Pentecost is a period of waiting for the church. I liken it to being in the third trimester of the pregnancy out of which the church is birthed. The first trimester is the period between the birth of Jesus and his death. The period during more

  • Week Of Prayer For Christian Unity 2006

    Contributed by Graeme Lamb on Jan 24, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    A sermon for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2006, taken from Matthew 18

    I would like to being by asking you two rhetorical questions. The first of which is why you here. There may be more than one answer – you’re committed to the idea and practice of church unity would be probably best one. Another one might be that you ’normally come to this kind of thing’ as you like more

  • Hospice Memorial Service

    Contributed by Graeme Lamb on Jan 16, 2006
    based on 151 ratings

    This is a sermon written for a Memorial service for a local hospice, to which are invited relatives of those who have died in the last couple of months

    A little over halfway through the Old Testament part of the Bible, is a relatively short and probably little read book called Ecclesiastes. There are some mysteries about this book: we don’t exactly who wrote it, although tradition tells us that the writer was King Solomon, the son of David. The more

  • Christmas Eve - From Expectation To Celebration

    Contributed by Graeme Lamb on Jan 13, 2006
    based on 15 ratings

    A sermon for Midnight Communion on Christmas Eve, acknowleding the end of Advent and the beginning og Christmas

    When I look back to memories of Christmas past, particularly memories of Christmas of childhood, I always find that I remember Christmas Eve more than I remember Christmas Day. Perhaps it is the sense of build-up and expectation, the sense of excitement about what is almost here. That is certainly more

  • Pentecost - The Church Begins

    Contributed by Graeme Lamb on Jan 13, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    Looking at Pentecost and the gift of the Spirit to the Church

    I’ve previously made the point in a sermon that I know my word processor on my computer is an Anglican, because every time I type in the word ‘church’ it tries to suggest ‘Church of England’ as a valid alternative. The feast of Pentecost which we celebrate today is considered by many to be the more