Preacher - Fr. Mark Everitt
5th September 2010
“All thing that is done, it is well done: for our Lord God doeth all.”
Julian of Norwich Revelations of Divine Love,
Fr Mark began his centenary address wary of how
many other 'special features' had preceded his centenary contribution at
the invitation of Fr. Andrew. Suffice to say that any worry about the
unlucky number were quickly dispelled!
His address referred to the first reading this
18.1-11 about the Potter's Wheel (which was specially requested by Fr.
Mark from Track 1 of the CW Lectionary for Proper 18 rather then the
normal 'Related' Track 2) and Fr Mark used this text to amplify the idea
of the fingers of God fashioning his world in the same way as a potter
fashions his clay.
look forward to Fr. Mark's scholarly references and his
address for the Easter Vigil
Easter Sermon of St. John Chrysostom ) on 14th February 2009) still resonates. In today's address Fr.
Mark concluded by making special reference to the
Revelations of Divine Love by
Julian of Norwich (Third Revelation
Chapter XI) .
See! I am God: see! I am in all thing: see! I do all thing: see! I
lift never mine hands off my works, nor ever shall, without end: see! I
lead all thing to the end I ordained it to from without beginning, by
the same Might, Wisdom and Love whereby I made it. How should any thing