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Pastor Jamie George –
Pastor Jamie George – The Pharisee in us is always going to identify something we do well and then create a little ledge that we can perch from. Can we acknowledge that at any given moment we might reflect saint or sinner. Let us each choose to bless those that annoy us and let the shadow drift from our mind and allow the smile to appear on our face.
Pastor Jamie George – If an ordinary, though noble landlord can be won over by the cleverness and deception of his desperate Chief Operations Officer – How much more will the God of creation offer his mercy and grace to us in both our subtle missteps and our chaotic floundering.
Pastor Kevin Dixon –
Pastor Jamie George – To the extent we give our energy to our attachments, we sow them into our lives as weeds – they prevent us from growth. They take up space. To the extent we awaken to our true state of being, hidden in Christ, we produce nourishment for ourselves and for others.
Pastor Jamie George – Jesus is endlessly using Parables metaphors and stories to tease the mind. He is challenging his audience to think critically about being obedient to a moralism that was constructed out of fear and control. In this story of the ten virgins Jesus teaches that we cannot borrow from the transformation of another. We are responsible for our own awakening.