Sliver of Ice

Pastor Rosemary’s Sermon from the last Sunday in July.

Shepherdess Writes

Pentecost 11C Ecclesiastes 1:2, 12-14, 2:18-23 Colossians 3:1-11, Luke 12:13-21

Have you ever said to yourself: when I win the lottery I’m going to do such and such. Or maybe: if I inherited a million dollars from some long lost rich uncle, I’d do this or that. This is a common daydream many of us have; magically getting enough money to finally fix all of our problems and even all the problems of the people and organizations we love the most.

A couple of years ago I heard an interview of a man named Felix Dennis, a self made British entrepreneur who started from quite humble beginnings and in his later years was worth over a billion dollars. He wrote several books on how to become filthy rich, not just wealthy or financially stable or having a lot of money but having obscene, tremendous amounts of money. But some of…

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