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Good News to All Creation

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Mark 16:15
Rev. Dr. E. Scott Jones
May 26 2013

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Tags: Disasters, Evangelism, Nature, Trinity

So, my normal pattern is to prepare my sermon plans many, many months in advance.  For example, I currently have it planned out through November.  So, today’s sermon title, “Good News to All Creation,” has been the title of this Sunday’s sermon for many months.

It is also my habit on Tuesday morning to sit down and begin my reflection and study in very intentional preparation for that week’s sermon.

So, on Tuesday I came into the office to sit down to work on a sermon on good news for all creation, and I just wasn’t feeling it.  Because Monday afternoon there had been the tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma . . .

[Scott preached without manuscript this Sunday, so you’ll have to watch the video to hear more about Scott’s response to the tornadoes.]

So, my normal pattern is to prepare my sermon plans many, many months in advance.  For example, I currently have it planned out through November.  So, today’s sermon title, “Good News to All Creation,” has been the title of this Sunday’s sermon for many months.

It is also my habit on Tuesday morning to sit down and begin my reflection and study in very intentional preparation for that week’s sermon.

So, on Tuesday I came into the office to sit down to work on a sermon on good news for all creation, and I just wasn’t feeling it.  Because Monday afternoon there had been the tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma . . .

[Scott preached without manuscript this Sunday, so you’ll have to watch the video to hear more about Scott’s response to the tornadoes.]