Sermon: Fool for Love

“Fool for Love”

(July 15, 2012) King David is well-known for writing poems and songs in praise of God’s extravagant love and steadfast presence. This thanksgiving for God’s blessing overflows in tangible ways, seen most powerfully as he leaps and dances before the presence of God represented in the Arc of the Covenant. Unafraid to be foolish, instead he embodies the joy he feels. Are we prepared to be fools for God’s love? (2 Samuel 6:1-5, 12b-19)

This sermon makes reference to Patch Adams and the Gesundheit! Institute. More information can be found here.

2 thoughts on “Sermon: Fool for Love”

    1. That’s what we’re going for! I’m not saying its easy, but living life with openness and joy is always worth it in my mind.


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