From The Desk of the Priest: Sermons, Essays and Articles by Fr. Wade Miller

Fr. Miller’s sermon: March 17, 2019 – The Second Sunday in Lent and St. Patrick’s Day

The reading for this sermon comes from The Gospel of St. Matthew: 15:21-28

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: March 10, 2019 – The First Sunday in Lent

The reading for this sermon comes from The Gospel of St. Matthew  4:2-11

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: March 3, 2019 – Quinquagesima Sunday

The reading for this sermon comes from The Epistle: 2 Corinthians 4:3-4 and The Gospel of St. Luke 18:31-43

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: February 24, 2019 – Sexagesima Sunday

The reading for this sermon comes from The Gospel of St. Luke 8:4-15

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: February 17, 2019 – Septuagesima Sunday

The Gospel Reading for this sermon come from Matthew 20:1-16

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: February 10, 2019 – The Fifth Sunday of Epiphany

The Gospel Reading for this sermon come from Matthew 13:24-30

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: February 3, 2019 – The Fourth Sunday of Epiphany

The Readings for this sermon come from: The Gospel Reading: Matthew 8:1-13

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: January 27, 2019 – The Third Sunday of Epiphany

The Reading for this sermon come from John 2:1-12

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: January 20, 2019 – The Second Sunday of Epiphany

The Reading for this sermon come from The Gospel of Mark Chapter 1 Verses: 1-19.

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: January 6, 2019 – The First Sunday of Epiphany

The Readings for this sermon come from: Epistle Reading: Ephesians 3:1-11 and The Gospel Reading: Matthew 2:1-12

Fr. Miller’s sermon: December 30, 2018 – The First Sunday After Christmas

The Readings for this sermon come from: Matthew 1:18-25

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: December 2, 2018 –  The 4th Sunday of Advent

 

Bishop’s Visit Today: Bishop Chandler Holder Jones sermon: December  16, 2018 –  The 3rd Sunday of Advent

Readings for this sermon are : The Old Testament: Isaiah 35:1-10 and The Epistle Reading: 1st Corinthians 4:1-5

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: December 2, 2018 –  The 1st Sunday of Advent

The Readings for this sermon come from: The Old Testament: Isaiah 28:14-22 and The Epistle Reading: Romans 13:8-14

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: November 24, 2018 – The 26th Sunday After Trinity

The Readings for this sermon come from: Jeremiah 23:5-11

 

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: November 18, 2018 – The 25th Sunday After Trinity

The Readings for this sermon come from: Habakkuk Chapters 1 & 2: 12-14 and The Epistle 1st John 3:1-8

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: November 4, 2018 – The 23rd Sunday After Trinity

The Readings for this sermon come from: Jeremiah 29:1, 4-14

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: October 28, 2018 – Christ The King Sunday

The Readings for this sermon come from: Revelation Chapter 5

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: October 21, 2018 – 21st Sunday after Trinity

The Readings for this sermon come from: Old Testament: Isaiah 59:15b-21 and Epistle Reading: Ephesians 6:10-20

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: October 14, 2018 – 20th Sunday after Trinity

The Readings for this sermon come from: Old Testament: Ecclesiastes 9:4-10 and Epistle Reading: Ephesians 5:15-22

 

Fr. Miller’s sermon: October 7, 2018 – 19th Sunday after Trinity

The Readings for this sermon come from: Old Testament: Jeremiah 30:12-22 and Epistle Reading: Matthew 9:1-8

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Why Use Incense? by Fr. Wade Miller. This essay is part of an instructional series on the elements and symbols that make up Traditional Anglican worship.

Fr. Miller’s sermon: September 30, 2018 – 18th Sunday after Trinity

 

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Why Do We Say The Creed? by Fr. Wade Miller. This essay is part of an instructional series on the elements and symbols that make up Traditional Anglican worship.

Fr. Miller’s sermon: September 23, 2018 – 17th Sunday after Trinity

 

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Why Scripture in Worship? by Fr. Wade Miller. This essay is part of an instructional series on the elements and symbols that make up Traditional Anglican worship.

Fr. Miller’s sermon: September 18, 2018 – 16th Sunday after Trinity

 

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Why Make the Sign of the Cross? by Fr. Wade Miller. This essay is part of an instructional series on the elements and symbols that make up Traditional Anglican worship.

Fr. Miller’s Sermon: September 9, 2018 – the 15th Sunday after Trinity

 

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Why We Say The Law and Kyrie by Fr. Wade Miller. This essay is part of an instructional series on the elements and symbols that make up Traditional Anglican worship.

Fr. Miller’s Sermon: September 3, 2018 – the 14th Sunday after Trinity

Note: the text quoted is from Micah 6:1-8 not Micah 6:18. Thank you

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Why Do We Say the Salutation & Collect of the Day? by Fr. Wade Miller. This essay is part of an instructional series on the elements and symbols that make up Traditional Anglican worship.

Fr. Miller’s Sermon: August 26, 2018 – 13th Sunday After Trinity

 

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Why We Use a Processional Cross by Fr. Wade Miller. This essay is part of an instructional series on the elements and symbols that make up Traditional Anglican worship.

Fr. Miller’s sermon: August 5, 2018 – 10th Sunday after Trinity

Note: When Father Miller gave his sermon he misspoke when referencing  our Lord turning over tables and driving out those who were buying and selling in the temple in the Gospel of St. Matthew. This reference is not in the Gospel of St. Matthew. This reference can be found in the Gospel of St. John.

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