Sermon: Hot Pockets

“Hot Pockets”

(May 23, 2010 – Pentecost) Often, we carry around tokens or mementos to try to remind us of the special people, places, or events in our lives. Philosopher Blaise Pascal carried one such memento: a piece of parchment where he had recorded a moment when he had a particularly powerful experience of God. What do we carry with us? Are we burdened with the old hurts we carry, or are we carrying reminders of God’s powerful presence in our lives? (Acts 2:1-21)

1 thought on “Sermon: Hot Pockets”

  1. beautifully, skillfully done. Somehow your reference to swollen ankles and not wanting to get out of bed that morning made it even more convincing, as part of the fabric of the entire experience of Pentecost. May God continue to bless you and your ministry

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