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Poetry

Poetry

Poetry The prophet Isaiah writes poetry: to express deep love between God and God’s beloveds, to convey heartache, to cleverly and poignantly pierce through word play, to evoke hope and catalyze action, to faithfully proclaim the truest nature of God. If poetry is...
It’s You I Like

It’s You I Like

It’s You I Like John 3:16 is much loved by many & much detested by many others. This Laetare Sunday, Dustin looks beyond verse 16 to find a way to rejoice in it.  Audio  Preacher Dustin Wilsor b Series Lent, Year W  Passage Song of Solomon 4.7-16; Psalm...
Heart Treasures & 12-Year-Olds

Heart Treasures & 12-Year-Olds

Heart Treasures & 12-Year-Olds This sermon is a wondering, a story, a reflection, and – at the last – a blessing. A wondering about the treasures stored in Mary’s heart. A story about an aunt and her nephew ice skating. A reflection about Jesus at...
Blessed Are You Among Women!

Blessed Are You Among Women!

Blessed Are You Among Women! Elizabeth exclaimed with a loud cry, “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb.” Who was the blessed woman, and what does it mean to be blessed in the first place? Dustin is an emerging Mariologist, and he walks...
Horns of Every Shape and Size!

Horns of Every Shape and Size!

Horns of Every Shape and Size! The Bible has taught us well to allegorize stories by substituting God for the male figure in a story, and Jerusalem or Humanity for the female figure. However, Hebrew poetry lends itself to double entendres and multiple meanings. With...