Next weekend there will not be a recorded podcast, because I will be in Rome. Thank you for reading and listening.

I want to look at the opening verse, the whole verse, of Paul’s letter to the Corinthians this weekend. “Therefore, I tell you that nobody speaking by the spirit of God says, ‘Jesus be accursed.’ And no one can say, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ except by the Holy Spirit.”
Now, I see a difference between what Paul says here in Corinthians and what he says in Philippians: “every knee must bend, in the heavens, on the earth, and under the earth, and every tongue proclaim, to the glory of God the Father, Jesus Christ is Lord.”
Maybe I should back up and ask: “what does it mean to say Jesus is Lord?” We have a problem answering that question, because we do not have lords and ladies in our country. We do not have a royalty in the United States. Some people are making a big thing of the Royal wedding that is happening in England this weekend. But that is a long way away from us.
Jesus is Lord. He is King of Kings, and Lord of lords. But what does that mean …read more

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