With the death of John the Baptist, the period that led up to Jesus was a trying time. As Dr. Davis tells stories of his preaching at the Sea of Galilee to insights from the story in Matthew, he helps impart the importance of hope in God and Faith in each of our lives.
“Everyone has faith in something.” As Rev. Gilbert examines a passage in Genesis dealing with the faith of Abraham, he examines how atheism and agnosticism are often paraded about as something to believe in. The faulty foundation of these principles are problematic when faith isn’t well seated.
Reading from Luke, Rev. Gilbert opens this sermon with an insightful look at revenge and treatment of others. Reaching out to the virtues we should hold, he looks into what we are supposed to do scripturally.
Rev. Gilbert opened with a joke and expanded upon what we are all called to do: worship. As he examines other things that take our time and energies, he shares a sermon that outlines the calling each of us have.
Rev. Gilbert shared this message reflecting on how learning love is like learning a new language. From learning the first words to becoming fluent, there is an ever-present curve that increases as we learn more about how to love Christ and others and be loved by others and Christ.