The lives many people lead does not seem to reflect the richness, the wholeness and the satisfaction which they aspire to. Christians also do not seem to have a better quality of life than non-Christians. Why is that? Does their Christian faith provide no benefits for the here-and-now, or is it all to be expected only after death? The reason for this disjunct between the expectation of a rich and full life and the rather sad reality is that we still seek to pursue our own path in life. In short, we are still given to idolatry, seeking the meaning and direction for life in anything other than the true God. And the sacred-secular split which many Christians embrace with a passion perpetuates this idolatrous attitude. Christ came to give life in all its fullness, but only if we are prepared to foresake our idols and follow Him only.
Sermon: Not life as we know it