Sermon Theme: Luke 23:35-43
Kings wear crowns to indicate their power and because they hold the highest office in a nation’s government. That’s why crowns are made from precious metals, inlaid with precious gems. Crowns signify royalty and power. If that’s the case, then what does that say for a King who wears a crown of thorns?
As we celebrate “Christ the King” on this last Sunday of the Church year, join us at St. Paul’s and discover what a crown of thorns says about the One who wears it. While you might be surprised, you’ll certainly be comforted.