A Sermon on Gratitude by Larry Rawlings

February 4, 2018single candle in child's clay holder elevated above altar table, draped in burlap

Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

Larry spoke about changes in his life, honesty, and doing the next, right thing. Retelling the Gospel reading about Jesus healing Peter’s mother-in-law, he said that all of us more readily think about God when we are in need than simply being grateful all the time. So often we look in the wrong places for happiness and salvation from our troubles. Christians should know better, he said. Jesus tells us to go out and live in service and in peace, and to thank God for our very lives.


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