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After an awkward introduction – the illustration was great I just couldn’t remember for a moment how it related to the sermon – this really turned around. The lost need to hear the Gospel, Christians need to be reminded of … Continue reading
Sometimes we are delivered from the storm and sometimes God is right there with us in the storm. In either case we have to trust him.
Epiphany sermon from January 5th. Sorry this post is a week late.
Christmas Day has past but the incarnation and the Lord’s Supper have a lot in common. Because he has made peace by his blood we can meet at the table.
“Peace on earth, goodwill toward men.” You can have peace in a world that doesn’t know peace. Peace came into the world with the light of the world; the light of the world is Jesus.
We light the Shepherd’s Candle, the brightly colored one, on the third Sunday of Advent. The shepherds are a model for receiving and sharing the Gospel.
We light the Bethlehem candle on the second Sunday of Advent and focus on the faith of Mary and Joseph. Bethlehem was small, unknown and out of the way. And that is exactly why Jesus was born there.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, I did not get to preach last Sunday. Since it was the first Sunday of Advent I don’t want us to get behind on keeping the weeks. I had prepared an outline and notes … Continue reading
Last week’s sermon, What God has Done for Us, listed just a few of the good and perfect gifts from above. On our own we are hopeless and helpless. Our response must be one of gratitude out of humility.
Thanksgiving sermon part 1. This week we will look at some of the things God has done and we’re only hitting the highlights. Next week, the week of Thanksgiving, we will talk about our response.