- Program Landing
In the face of utter calamity, such as the calamity the world felt when the United States was attacked on September 11, 2001, how can we respond? When the foundations are destroyed, when not only physical things are disintegrating, but when a nation's moral, ethical and religious moorings are dissolving, what can the follower of Jesus Christ do? The Psalmist in Psalm 11 teaches us how the righteous can respond. The righteous woman or man is to 1) remain righteous; 2) trust in the Lord; and 3) preach the Gospel.
Scripture: Psalm 11
- Occasion: Worship Services, Sunday 11am Service, Sunday 11am Traditional Service (archive)
- Scripture: New Testament, Matthew, Chapter 24, Old Testament, Psalms, Psalm 11, Psalm 46
- Topic: Ethics, Morality, and Culture, Other Worldviews/Religions, Islam, War & Violence, Life Issues: Our Negative Responses , Worry, Fear, and Anxiety, Life's Issues: Challenges We Face, Hardship (All Sermons That Mention This), Hardship, Grief, and Suffering (Focused Sermons), Learning to Lament in Hard Times, Theodicy/Problem of Suffering, Times of Doubt, Skepticism, Unbelief, the felt "absence" of God, and Disappointment with God, Spiritual Formation, Love, Hope, and Faith, Dependance on God/Strength in Weakness, Faith and Obedience (Focused Sermons), Faith, Trust, and Obedience (All Sermons that Mention This), Hope, Theology: God, Attributes of God, God's Faithfulness, Trustworthiness, & Goodness, God's Provision, Protection, and Comfort, Attributes of Jesus, Jesus' Authority/Lordship, Theology: Our Great Biblical Story, The End of the Ages, The Fall, Sin, Evil, & Disobedience
Archbishop of North America