Listening Doesn’t Simply Mean Hearing

Last Sunday after Pentecost Christ the King Proper 29, Year B, RCL, Track 1 11/25/2018 2 Samuel 23:1-7 Psalm 132:1-13 (14-19) Revelation 1:4b-8 John 18:33-37 We have been listening to Christ’s voice for years. It has persisted through civil wars and world wars. Many have discarded his voice but many held on to his words, his truth. We hear his words and we know that they are different from what we hear on a daily basis in the world around us. Even Pontius Pilate knows that his words are different. Pilate isn’t afraid or threatened by what he hears. He seems to hear truth; strange and almost incomprehensible truth. This is the truth that Jesus speaks to us today...I am not of this world

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