Everlasting Pleasure

Sermon From The
2nd Sunday after Easter 2014
St. Peter reminds us in the Epistle for today that our obligation is to become saints.  Our Lord compares our relationship with Him to the relationship between Him and His Father.  The world mistakenly teaches that life is all about pleasure and worldly goals.  We either think as God thinks or as the world does.  If we seek the everlasting pleasure of Heaven, rather than the passing pleasures of this life, God will begin to reward us even now.


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