Sermons on “Matthew”
We began this Lenten season without suspecting our lives would change so much before we even got to Holy Week. There are ways that our experience this Lent feels more real — more authentic — to Jesus’ 40 days and 40 nights in the desert — than any in my prior experience. This is a Lent when the regular busy-ness of the world — of work, of school, of any of our projects, or sports, or entertainments — has been put on hold.
Our wilderness doesn’t look like the Judean wilderness where Jesus prepared for his earthly ministry after his baptism, but we are absolutely bewildered. The path ahead of us is unclear. In this time of closures …View Sermon