Posted on May 29, 2022 by William Carl Thomas
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A sermon that finds the courage to know the difference in the wisdom of a modern day prayer that invites release from the jail of inaction in the face of an earthquake as well as the impact of rapidly fired bullets.
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Posted on July 3, 2016 by William Carl Thomas
The Sermon – The Seventh Sunday After Pentecost (Proper 9 Year C) preached in my role as Priest-in-Charge Christ Episcopal Church Middletown, New Jersey – July 3, 2016. This sermon can viewed at
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