Sermons from “Traditional Service”

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Traditional Service, “Oh Can’t You See What Love Has Done”

Listen to the three-movement symphony that St. Mark composed along with Fr Olver, as he explores the two melodic themes of the cross and discipleship, and how the cultivation of love is the only way to bring them together.

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Traditional Service, “Would That All the Lord’s People Were Exorcists”

Jesus has some confusing and difficult words for his disciples after they rebuke an exorcist. Deacon Wheatley looks deeper into Jesus’ words and the disciples’ motivations in Mark 9:38-50 and the relationship they share with Moses, Joshua, and two rogue prophets walking the camp of the Israelites in Numbers 16.

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Traditional Service, “The Apostolic Mirror”

Fr Olver explores how the strange response of the disciples to Jesus’ teaching offers us an opportunity to see honestly in our own hearts.

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Traditional Service, “Who is Jesus?”

Jesus is the Messiah. Being His disciple does not mean that life will be easy, but it does mean that He will be with us through the valley of the shadow of death.