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Sermons | July 30, 2017

This week, we encounter a set of parables in Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52.  Jesus uses a variety of stories to describe the Kingdom of God, from yeast and mustard seeds to pearls and nets.  These commonplace images lead us to look for the holy in the mundane, to find God among the humble and the least.  Here we find a kingdom that does not impose pronouncements from on high, but springs up from the grassroots, spreading through the most unremarkable means. We find that God's kingdom is open to all, a beautiful treasure that beckons us to reorient our lives toward our generous Creator.

Central Baptist Church