Isaiah 57:14-21 | Seventh Sunday after Trinity B

John Michael Gutierrez, PhD  14  And it will be said,      “Rise up, Rise up, Clear the path,       Remove the obstacle from the path of my people” 15  For this is what the Exalted and Supreme One says:     — One who resides permanently, his name is Holy One:      “I reside in an elevated and sacred place,Continue reading “Isaiah 57:14-21 | Seventh Sunday after Trinity B”

Advent 2 | Isaiah Chapter 40 As Seen Through the Eyes of Georg Friederich Handel

The Rev. Steven C. Sterry, M.A./M.B.A. PLAY COMFORT YE (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlpl1OpE3qw_) In Handel’s oratorio, the Messiah, 15 of the 53 sections are focused on the prophecies of Isaiah. There are more verses from Isaiah, twenty-one, than from any other Bible book. “Comfort Ye”, is the first sung piece and immediately follows the Overture. These words, as well asContinue reading “Advent 2 | Isaiah Chapter 40 As Seen Through the Eyes of Georg Friederich Handel”

Sermon About Faith

The Rev. Steven C. Sterry, M.A./M.B.A. This morning I was invited to preach the sermon at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church in Tustin, CA. The lessons for this Sunday that this sermon was based on are: Isaiah 25:1–9 Psalm 23 Philippians 4:4–13 Matthew 22:1–14 Here is that sermon: It seems like the creators of our AnglicanContinue reading “Sermon About Faith”