Tag Archives: Old Testament – Isaiah

Does God want to change your mind? Matthew 1:18-end and Isaiah 7:10-16

  Here’s my sermon for the BCP services I led or contributed to at All Saints, Odiham on Sunday. The voice just about held out, and hopefully the 8am congregation weren’t too upset that I stopped the service briefly to … Continue reading

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Hilltop banquets – an Advent Sermon (Isaiah 25:6-10a and Matthew 15: 29-37)

Our OT reading this morning, sees all the peoples of the world gathered on a mountain top for a great celebratory feast, one at which only the very finest food is served. This abundance of the best is an image … Continue reading

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A true fast Isaiah 58:6-12 #givingitup #Lent2014

Graham will post later I’m sure, but it’s me making a start on our Lent reflections today. Today was always going to be a day set aside for reflection; I am on one of my regular days at Alton Abbey, … Continue reading

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