Subversive Undercroft #249: Generosity & the Kingdom of God

We remember the Queen and then move into talking about misconceptions about the Bible before getting into the parable of the wicked servant.

Notes

Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker Movement said “I really only love God as much as I love the person I love the least.”

Charles Spurgeon, a popular British minister and preacher said; “If I hate sin because of the punishment, I have not repented of my sin, I merely regret that God is just”

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Music

Be Thou My Vision, Jaimie Jorge

Jesus On A Greyhound, Mark Fosson

 

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