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Archbishop Urmas Viilma´s Sermon for Independence Day 2015
Holy Scripture compares Christ’s followers often with servants who work in their master’s vineyard. Servants do not work for themselves, but for those who have hired them – the master. In most cases the master in the Gospel parables is God. In a free nation we do not want to hear anything about masters and serving them. Too much in our history has entailed serving others and for only about a half of a century we have had a time when we ourselves have made our own decisions – when we have been independent and free. The word „master” brings before our eyes someone who is foreign, who oppresses, who governs, who appoints and decides for us. This means slavery, occupation and subordination along with which come restrictions and violence. Read more »

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