Sunday, February 20, 2011

Love Others with Action, Gestures, Connections, Caring, Giving and Forgiving

The Very Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III gave another wonderful sermon today at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. (It was live online at NationalCathedral.org).

"In our common humanity" he said, in his inspirational Christian speech... "We need to have love for those who are not like us." We all have to go out and "Love our enemies and praise those who persecute us." 

Dean Lloyd is finding incivility and so many people in disagreement today, and says we need to love others with "actions, gestures, connections, caring, giving and forgiving." As he says, in truth, "there is no future without forgiveness." We need to "take time to let go of the power of anger" and then "every step is a step to greater freedom." 

We extend our gratitude to Dean Lloyd for another great sermon. Please give generously to the Washington National Cathedral and visit the Cathedral website for archived video sermons, Sunday Forum conversations with celebrities, and complete video worship and special services.

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