Hear the full audio of On Anxiety and Faith

A sermon on Matthew 6:24-34
Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity, 24 September 2017

No one can serve two masters. Just the way it is, even for you. But sometimes we try, don’t we? The inward scream of our anxious hearts is the result, every time we start letting go of our Father’s hand and clinging rather to those dozens of other demanding idols we concoct. While our frail and fallen flesh worries about many things, Christ calls our attention to the abiding affection, the constant activity of God as He reigns over all creation. He draws us in to remember both who we are as redeemed people and whose we are as Children of the Heavenly Father.

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