A remarkable sermon. I can't say I ever have preached one. Oh I have had a handful of good ones in my 28 years of ministry. But not one that you'd ever describe as remarkable. Of course maybe I shouldn't be surprised. In all my years that I can remember only a handful that really stand out. The minister at my home congregation who preached a sermon called, "Why not" which dealt with those people who ask the question, "Why me?" A second was listening to a recorded sermon given by Martin Luther King Junior while sitting in Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta which was the congregation that King served. He spoke of freedom, unity and God's love. A couple of others were given at the Festival of Homiletics that I attended a couple of years. Karoline Lewis preached a sermon on the little known story of the daughters of Zelophehad found in the Book of Numbers chapter 27- where for the first time women were given property rights and were not treaty as property themselves. She likened that to young people, in her home state of Georgia, who were going against their parents, school authorities, and town officials and were going to throw the first high school graduation ceremony that was open to all races (this was in 2013). Another was by Nadia Volz Weber, known as the "radical rev", a minister from Colorado whose church is known for its radical inclusivity. In her sermon she talked of finding the value in those who are unheard and marginalised.