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Harvest of divine love


At Pentecost we celebrate the presence of God among us, within us and between as the Spirit of Life, the Spirit of Jesus, the Holy Spirit.

This is about the love that throbs at the very centre of the universe being active in our own lives. Every day. Every moment. In good times and in bad times.

That is the ultimate meaning of Easter, andit is the big truth that God invites us to embrace today, and which turns our lives upside down.

Are we game to say YES to God?

The full text of this sermon is available online.


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