A recent New York Times story described how the federal government shutdown was impacting a small town in Florida’s panhandle. The story’s “angle” was that the town that overwhelmingly voted for Donald Trump two years ago was now being hurt by his actions.
After 256 regular-season games and ten playoff games, we now know that the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots will play in Super Bowl LIII on February 3. This will be the Patriots’ fifth Super Bowl appearance in the last eight years and third straight.
Every preacher I’ve ever known has found themselves in the same situation at one point in their ministry: With the calendar racing toward Sunday, we turn to old sermons to see how someone else approached a tough topic or a challenging piece of Scripture.