Those in Christ have received God’s spiritual treasure in clay jars. To nurture this God prescribes a rhythm of rest and remembering. This instruction began with being told to observe the sabbath day and keep it holy, taking time to remember our journey out of slavery. Unless over stimulated modern people do this we may fall back into the slavery of this age.
On Trinity Sunday Francis shared on his spiritual vision for Trinity Church which focuses on meeting God in worship. The call of Isaiah was studied to illustrate from Isaiah’s experience what meeting God in worship can be like.
This sermon continues following Jesus’ launch of his Kingdom Gospel ministry in Mark’s Gospel. It opens up a kingdom perspective on why Jesus does what he does and from there considers how we may join him in that.