Sermon 22 Sept 19
Today’s Gospel about the dishonest manager is such a puzzle. When I sat down to write this sermon, nothing seemed to jump out of it to preach about today, so I am going to concentrate on the other two readings, which are connected in a way that is helpful to understanding them, and for us today.
First, we hear from the prophet Jeremiah. He is crying for his people, that they are hurt, and abandoned. Where is their king? The prophet asks. Where is their leadership? Who is in charge here?
‘The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved.’ Continue reading