Monthly Archives: August 2010

Your business is to head for the door

Sermon for Pentecost 14(c) Luke 13:22-30  +  Isaiah 66:18-24  +  Hebrews 12:18-24 It’s the age-old question that we have before us today in the Gospel of Luke. “Lord, are only a few people going to be saved?”  It’s a question … Continue reading

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Unleash the fire of God’s Word

Sermon for Pentecost 13 Jeremiah 23:23-29  +  Luke 12:49-53  +  Hebrews 12:1-13 “Peace! Love!  Tranquility!, declares the LORD.  God loves you just the way you are.  Don’t worry about punishment or judgment.  The LORD would never punish his people.  There … Continue reading

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A glimpse of faith from the father of faith

Sermon for Pentecost 12 Genesis 15:1-6  +  Luke 12:32-40  +  Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16 Faith and the Church go together, don’t they?  Without faith, there is no Lutheran Church with its three “sola’s,” as we call them: By grace alone, by … Continue reading

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Today is your wedding day — still

Sermon for Pentecost 11 Colossians 3:1-11 + Luke 12:13-21 + Ecclesiastes 1:2; 2:18-26 Although the school year is quickly approaching, it’s still summer time, which means, it’s still the time for weddings.  It’s been over a year since we’ve celebrated … Continue reading

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So many reasons to make requests of God

Sermon for Pentecost 10 Luke 11:1-13  +  Genesis 18:20-32  +  James 5:13-18 You may have noticed that we have a very small hymn selection today.  We’ve been singing many stanzas of just one hymn – Luther’s hymn that paraphrases the … Continue reading

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