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Sermons by “Rev. Jason S. Glombicki”

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The Holy Trinity

“Does not wisdom call, and does not understanding raise her voice?” This is the question that begins today’s poetic excerpt from Proverbs. And, if you’re anything like me, you probably haven’t spent too much time in Proverbs. The book is part of the Hebrew Scriptures, and its purpose is to teach the reader how to embody wisdom and avoid folly. That is, to move away from ignorance, arrogance, and stupidity, and to move toward understanding, knowledge, and good sense. What fascinates me about today’s passage is that in that male-centric society, wisdom is personified as a woman…

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Day of Pentecost

The scene was odd. The disciples were gathered, flames began dancing on their heads, and then, they begin speaking in non-native languages. After these disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit, they began communicating with devout Jews who were “living” in Jerusalem…

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Seventh Sunday in Easter

“That they all may be one” (John 17:21) ­– it is that simple. Jesus sums up the purpose of all the stories, all of the parable, all of the pain, and all of the joy. It is all there so that we may be one. The whole scandal of God being embodied in human flesh was so that we all may be one. The “glory” revealed in John’s gospel when Jesus hangs on the cross is so that we all may be one. All of it, the whole thing, is so that we might be one. So, how are we doing? How’s the church doing? Have we perfected unity these last two-thousand years…

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