November 23, 2014
Matthew 25:31-46
Ephesians 1:15-23
Ezekiel 34:11-16, 20-24
Psalm 100

The Least of These



from the book
Day Full Of Grace
Twenty-Five Funeral Messages


Richard F. Bansemer



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Death of a poor man

This is not a large funeral, is it? Only a few of us knew ___________ well enough to spend this hour in worship, committing his spirit into the care of God.

Welcome to this celebration. The strife is over and the battle is won. We have gathered to give one more gift to _____, namely, a proper funeral.

How did this man wiggle his way into our hearts? Have you thought about it? How did he manage, in all of his weakness, to win from us a degree of respect and devotion? It is a miracle of God's grace. I don't know whether it is grace extended to ___________, or grace extended to all of us who befriended him and gave him love.

There is something noble about this humble man, one of the least of God's people on earth. I don't know his history well enough to fathom it, except he's served time in the military, and in...

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