God, Self & Other – Luke 49: Grace on Display

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Having just called his followers to an unbounded trust in God and love of other, Jesus now puts those very actions on display – healing a man who is blind, and forgiving the notorious sinner, Zacchaeus.

In this episode, regular contributor, Ian Farrell, explains – with incredible humor and historical insight! – the nuances of this moving set of stories. It is an sermon not to be missed!

Text for this sermon is: Luke 18:35-19:10 (NRSV).


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