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The Lord he is God

On 6 August Helene Milena preached the following sermon in the Anglican Cathedral on Epiphany Island in Second Life. The readings were  Psalm 85:8-131 Kings 19:9-18, Matthew 14:22-33.

God can seem elusive, so elusive that some of the greatest saints have found themselves feeling completely bereft of his presence, often for long periods of time. On the other hand, God can choose to be present, perhaps too present for comfort at times!

The two Bible passages today concern God choosing to show himself to his followers in the midst of demonstrations of the power of the created world. Continue reading

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God passes by

On 10th August, 2014, the eighth Sunday after Trinity, Helene Milena preached the following sermon in the Anglican Cathedral on Epiphany Island in Second Life. The readings were Psalm 85:8-13, 1 Kings 19:9-18, and Matthew 14:22-33.

When life throws difficulties at us, when we feel threatened by people as Elijah did, or by the forces of nature as the disciples did, it can be hard to keep trusting God. Elijah and the disciples found that God turned up in the midst of their troubles and showed himself to be powerful enough to deal with anything.  Continue reading