A Sermon on Lettuce
The Gettysburg Address

A Sermon on Lettuce


Doing the right thing because it is the right thing when the outcome is risky and the process is inefficient should not cause us to question whether or not the right thing is the right thing.

It is right because it is right.

If it goes wrong, so be it.

We learn to do the right thing better rather than switching to wrong thing because we have better odds of success.

Safety and success are not the measures of right.

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I have set the Lord always before me; because he is at my right hand I shall not fall -Psalm 16:8 

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How do we live with “The Day” Approaching?
Hebrews 10:11-14, (15-18), 19-25
Let us make a salad out of Three Heads of LET-US (10:19-25)
Let us APPROACH (10:22)
This is our life of Prayer, Intercession, and Intimacy with God.
    • You can. The door is open (10:11-15).
    • You may because you are invited into covenant (10:16-18)
    • You must because you need it and the world needs you.
Let us HOLD FAST (10:23)
This is our stand! This is our witness and our open confession of faith.
    • Stand for hope.
    • Bear witness to the world.
    • Act in love and goodness (10:24).
This is fellowship and encouragement as we encourage love and good deeds in our brothers and sisters. Our response to Christ’s coming, whenever it might be is to encourage one another.
    • P – It is POSITIVE (Not a negative threat, but a positive affirmation).
    • R – It is REDEMPTIVE (We are forgiven people).
    • O – It is OPPORTINISTIC (“Consider how to … ). κατανοῶμεν
    • V – It is VISIONARY (“… as you see the Day approaching …)
    • O – It is about ONE ANOTHER – We cannot do this alone. παρακαλοῦντες
    • K – It is KENETIC – forces producing motion or change. παροξυσμὸν is stirring up
    • E – ENCOURAGE - παρακαλοῦντες - Encouraging one another.