Sunday Sermon on the Fourth Sunday of Luke, Luke 8: 5-15
In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, One God.
We live in a world obsessed with outcomes.
Winning – regardless of the methods, regardless of the means – counts. Nothing else.
In nearly every area of our lives – our athletics, our politics, our business – winning is the criteria by which people are assessed.
A person is either successful, by winning, or a loser.
I don’t think that was always the case. It was not that long ago when people of good character were winners. People who played by the rules were winners.