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The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth

The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth is the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, GA.

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The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth

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First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA

The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth is the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, GA.

A member of numerous boards of directors including Princeton Seminary, Taskforce for the Homeless, the Chautauqua Institute, and the Day1 Advisory Board, he is a graduate of Princeton and Pittsburgh Seminary.


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The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth

In God We Trust

Psalms 23, Romans 8:28, 31, 37-39

Seventh Sunday After Pentecost

July 03, 2005

The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth (PCUSA)

In preparation for this sermon, I went to the SunTrust Bank in Atlanta and asked the teller, a young woman named Wendy, if I could please have $188 in paper money, including a $1, a $2, a $5, a $10, a $20, a $50, and a $100. She looked surprised, so I told her that I was a preacher, I was preparing for a sermon, and I wanted to know whether or not all of those bills had the words "In God We Trust" printed on them. Wendy smiled at me, and she said, "Reverend, why don't you just let me photocopy those bills so that you don't risk overdrawing your account?" Being half-Scottish on my mother's side of the family, that sounded like a good idea to me, and so Wendy made the copies and I have saved them.

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The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth

Trust at 28,000 Feet

Proverbs 3:1-8; 1 Peter 2:21-25

Sixth Sunday After Pentecost

June 26, 2005

The Rev. Dr. George B. Wirth (PCUSA)

As the Delta jet lifted off the runway in Miami en route to Atlanta, I tightened my seatbelt for what was going to be a bumpy ride. The late-afternoon thunderstorm had been predicted; and, sure enough, the weather reports were accurate. And, as always, I said a prayer for the pilot and the crew.

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