Second Wednesday in Lent - Homily on Luke 22:33--23:6

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If we let our guard down, if we turn away from God for a length of time, we can find ourselves regretting our actions and under the influence of powers beyond our control. But we're human, we can't always stay vigilant, what can we do? 

 This is an unrehearsed homily, so there is no accompanying text!  

Sermon delivered at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Berkeley. 

February 17, 2016 - Second Wednesday in Lent

"Second Wednesday in Lent".  Text is from Luke 22:34--22:6 and Job 1:1-22

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