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Sermons by “Rev. Robert Goldstein”

Fifteenth Sunday After Pentecost

I watched the funeral service for John McCain at the National Episcopal cathedral yesterday. I was very touched by the poignancy of the liturgy –vergers and all (they were the persons who guided service participants to the appropriate places to read or speak). It was a fond farewell to a national leader and emphasized the civility that needs to be the character of our national disagreements…

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Eighth Sunday After Pentecost

“…the master of a household brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.” What does Jesus mean by “treasure that is new and that is old?” It is something like this…

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Fifth Sunday After Epiphany

We are living in a somewhat new era in our country and in the world. I confess I am not warming up to its nationalistic bravado. In my opinion it is foolishness. I want Christian wisdom in dealing with it. Clout, wealth by bullying, and rattling sabers represents a philosophy of power that has once again overtaken Washington. We cannot avoid it, because we live in our nation which we love. I want to say something in Christ, from Christ, to you that is marked with some sort of wisdom.

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