An ecumenical sermon
I’m going to be preaching in an ecumenical Lutheran service tonight – apparently it will consist of charismatics, evangelicals, pietists, Lutherans and Catholics, which sounds absolutely wonderful! My message will attempt to show how the plagues in Egypt are actually prophetic references to the sins of the pope, and why the 1611 King James Bible, not the Luther bible, is the only one that will help you escape even more plagues. Either that, or I’ll whip out my other ecumenical number: ‘Why You Are About As Christian As Beelzebub’s Buttocks If You Don’t Speak In Tongues. Loudly’.
OK, maybe not. Actually, I’m preaching on the ‘kingdom of God’ – what it is and what it means for us today, and I’m really looking forward to it. It’ll start 20:30 German time, so if you want to, then a prayer or two will be appreciated. I want tongues of fire tonight!
‘That would be an ecumenical matter’ – Father Jack Hackett.