All posts by Rev. Michael S. Piazza

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Neighbor as a Verb

Preached at the Cathedral of Hope, Dallas, Texas on 7/12/1998 Scriptures Deuteronomy 30:9-14 Luke 10:25-37 This morning, our journey through the Bible leads us down a well-worn path. We encounter a story we know as “The Good Samaritan.” Even those unfamiliar with the Bible know

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Healing Faith

Cathedral of Hope, Dallas, TX   This is the fourth sermon in our series on healing. The first week we looked at the importance of believing that God’s ultimate will for us is health and wellness. Jesus said, “The thief comes to kill, steal, and

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Married to a Builder

This sermon was preached January 18th, 1998 (Victory Sunday) at Cathedral of Hope MCC in Dallas, TX Last year, when planning today’s sermon, the Old Testament reading jumped off the page at me. It speaks of a time when the God’s people felt abandoned and

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Being Fundamentalist

Scripture Readings Mark 2:23-3:6 II Cor. 4:5-12 I was licensed to preach on the first Sunday of June, 1973. I’ve been preaching for twenty-four years,with almost ten of those years in the pulpit of this church. That is fairly unusual in a day where people