Final thoughts after the Revival

The Immaculate Conception
The Immaculate Conception (Photo credit: Lawrence OP)

I used the REB, clutched my rosary tightly, and preached about prevenient grace this morning. Friday, I preached of inspiration and Tradition while on Saturday, I preached about Grace and how it is out of proportion to sin. All while holding my rosary, speaking of Wesley, and hoping no one would run me out of town. This morning, as I set through the hymns and such, I prayed the rosary’s prayer, prayed to St. Mark and the three St. Johns (the Evangelist, the Damascene, and the Cross) and made mention to Brother John.

I’ll post the sermons this week and two videos, I believe.

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4 Replies to “Final thoughts after the Revival”

      1. It’s only a lecture if the audience gets to ask questions at the end. Although that brings up an interesting point of view. If, at the end of each sermon, the audience gets to ask questions of the preacher, perhaps we would have more carefully thought-out sermons. (Of course, I am thinking of fundamentalists sermons, only). UMC sermons have no such problems! No, really!

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