Category Archives: Lenten Sermons

LIKE AS WE ARE: ACCEPTANCE

Some of you will remember Harry Golden.  He was an author who became very popular in the early 1960’s, I think.  He was a journalist author whose books such as “For 2 Cents Plain” told the tale of his growing … Continue reading

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LIKE AS WE ARE: DEATH

Funny, isn’t it, how we can remember every detail of some things that happen to us? If someone close to us dies, we can remember the details of the last hours, last words, what we did and said and thought.  … Continue reading

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LIKE AS WE ARE: BLINDNESS

At the City Council meeting last Thursday night the members of the Council simulated physical handicaps during the first part of their meeting.  It was the idea of a coalition of groups here in Denton that have been calling attention to the … Continue reading

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LIKE AS WE ARE

You know, of course, that most of us operate on one calendar, but the people whose business is Christmas operate on another, toy manufacturers, for example.  They are making toys right now, I suppose, that will be popular next Christmas.  … Continue reading

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