Easter 5 - David Urion (5/19/19)

“If we think about it much at all, the Book of Revelation gives us some pause and discomfort as well-behaved, reserved, decorous Anglicans. Filled with strange images and stories, it’s all a bit too hallucinatory to be entirely comfortable for us. This, it would seem, is the stuff of holy rollers and snake handlers. So how on earth—or heaven, for that matter—are we to understand this book and its messages?” David Urion preaches on the Fifth Sunday of Easter.

Lectionary Readings:
Acts 11:1-18;
Revelation 21:1-6;
John 13:31-35;
Psalm 148