Sunday, October 10, 2010

Thanksgiving Sermon

(NB: These are heads made from bread. Didn't mean to creep anyone out)

“Do not work for the food that perishes, but work for the food that endures for eternal life...”

Sounds good, doesn’t it? It sounds like something we’d expect Jesus to say. Work for the food that endures for eternal has the aroma of holiness, sacred words we come to church to hear because we don’t find them anywhere else.

We know these words are true. They even sound correct. Like something to which we SHOULD aspire. Eternal food verses perishable food. Light verses dark. Sacred verse secular. 

But one thing that makes me crazy about John’s Jesus is that he...(whole thing here)


Peter Lurvey said...

Great photo, Kevin. YOu lost me.

Kevin Powell said...

I lost you where?

Anonymous said...

I'm with Peter - that photo is creepy - especially next to the words "food that perishes".

I hope that you linked to the wrong photo, but if not, cannibalism is the wrong answer to help your "belly be gone".


Kevin Powell said...

Creepy? They're people made of bread. I thought the pic fit well with my sermon.

Peter Lurvey said...

Sorry - Kevin that is distasteful, and I am more than more easy about things than the next guy...