Second Sunday after Epiphany – The Hidden God 3

Homily by Associate Pastor Chris Tiews, 10/17/2010

It is located at the center of the Solar System and has a diameter of approximately 865,000 miles.

You could fit about 109 Earths into it.

Even though it is ninety-three million miles away from planet Earth, due to its fierce temperature of 9,700 degrees Fahrenheit, any spacecraft trying to approach it would need special heat shields to keep from burning up.

Anyone staring at it with unprotected eyes for even a short period of time would go blind.

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3 thoughts on “Second Sunday after Epiphany – The Hidden God

  • Rev. Todd L. Garner

    Rev. Beecroft,

    The peace of the Lord be with you.

    I loved your sermon. You ran about as long as I like to 20 minutes is perfect for me. About 5 to 7 minutes too long for these people though. Often I go 17 – 20 and I hear about it from certain folk. It will slowly change and I expect to see great things in the future.

    Blessings in your service.

    Pax Christi,


  • masonbeecroft

    Blessings to you and your ministry. Actually, while I would like to take credit, the sermon belongs to our associate pastor, Chris Tiews. It was great to talk with you on the phone last week and look forward to getting to know you better.
    Pax et bonum,

  • Rev. Todd L. Garner


    The peace of the Lord be with you.

    Upon reviewing your videos and reviewing you post I thought the church you serve must be well funded to have a vicar and associate. Then thought, what a blessing to have the resources to do the things a growing church needs to sustain growth.

    I enjoyed our talk as well and, like you, “look forward to getting to know you better.”

    In Christ,