God at Work continues Bruce Taylor's second series of sermons for the Common Lectionary (Revised), providing traditional and story forms of proclamation for the Sundays and feast days of the latter half of the liturgical year. As in his other collections published by Wipf and Stock, these theologically rich, sacramentally sensitive, and biblically centered offerings testify to God's love of the whole creation, Christian unity, and the deep implications of discipleship. His sermons testify to the indispensable relevance of the church as divine instrument in bringing about the complete fullness of God's purpose. Intended for use by preachers, educators, seminary students, and devotional readers, this book, like its predecessors, will be a welcome companion in probing the genius of the liturgical year and the usefulness of preaching from common texts as Matthew's Gospel and the accompanying lectionary readings shape and are explored in Christian worship. Along the way, the scriptural testimony to God's interaction with individuals and communities in and through events great and modest will help faithful readers detect the traces of God in their own lives and the workings of history.