In this sermon for Harvest Sunday we acknowledge that coffee beans have to be crushed and ground to release their flavour and aroma. In this sermon on Isaiah 42 1-9, we recall that in a similar way, God often has to break areas of our lives and show us our weaknesses so that he can rebuild us and make us the people he meant us to be. This sermon on social justice reminds us the good news is God doesn’t crush us completely and so in response, we shouldn’t crush others.
A Just God
Our God is just. He will never crush us. We are ever beyond God’s love and grace. He disciplines us, but he’s always gentle.
Committing to Social Justice
This sermon on Isaiah 42 1-9 reminds us as God has promised not to crush us, so we must commit not to crush others. God calls all of us to stand up for the rights of the oppressed.
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