Henry Klippenstein spoke from the lectionary texts about the gap between what our fallen nature places value on and what is important to the Lord. The prophet Jeremiah used the metaphor of a cracked cistern to represent our misplaced sense of self-sufficiency rather than trusting God to provide living waters. In both the Proverb of the king’s table and the wedding banquet parable in Luke, we see the value of humility in God’s long view of justice. How can we resolve the impasse between marginalized people and mainstream society if we devalue others? The call to humility cuts a wide swath across our shallow valuation of beauty, talent, and education. [KH]

Service Details

Passage: Jeremiah 2:4-13; Psalm 81:10-16; Proverbs 25-6-7; Luke 14-7-14

Communion: No

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Worship Team

Speaker: Henry Klippenstein

Worship Leader: Andre Pekovich

Song Leader: Curtis Funk

Pianist: Curtis Funk

Usher: Henry Neufeld

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