TITLE: He goes ahead of you!
THEME: Jesus’ resurrection – the immovable foundation of Christian Hope and Christian Life.
(1) Christ’s resurrection – the foundation for the hope of our own eventual resurrection to eternal life.
TITLE: No Excuses
THEME: Jesus’ resurrection – takes away every excuse for unbelief.
(1) Unbelief in the truth in the Christian Religion
Unbelief in the full completion of Christ’s rescue from sin, death and hell.
In the Name of …
In the most Holy Name of Jesus. AMEN.
IT IS FINISHED,” came the cry from the cross.
For thousands of years, Adam’s disobedience had brought savage destruction upon the earth. In rebellion and fear of God’s claim over …
TITLE: A Right Understanding of Christ’s Sacrifice
THEME: How we rightly contemplate Christ’s Sacrifice
Knowing it was required by God’s Wrath over sin – OUR sin – for which WE should have suffered. We are comforted by it –
Sermon for Maundy Thursday 2015
GRACE, MERCY AND PEACE are YOURS this day from GOD our Father through our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. AMEN.
The text for us to consider comes from our Gospel lesson where Jesus says, …
I thought this way because I bought into the lie . . . I ignored the warnings . . . I dismissed the anecdotal evidence.
Sermon from 2-25-2015 Wednesday Lenten Service.
https://archive.org/download/PenitentialKingDavid/2015-02-25-Lent-Midweek-1-ThePenitentKingDavid.mp3 The Penitent King David
Grace, Mercy and Peace are YOURS this day from God our Father, through our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. AMEN.
The season of Lent is a “penitential season,” a …
Let us be and live as those who have been prepared to meet Him with rejoicing hearts and raised voices.
The source of true and lasting joy is your knowledge of Jesus and the confidence He gives to you that YOUR Name is written in heaven.
As we make ourselves ready to celebrate Christmas, we are reminded that Jesus will return in the clouds attended by His angels and will judge the living and the dead and we are driven to ask the question, “O, Lord, How shall I Meet You, How welcome you aright?” (LSB 334) Given our go-go-go do-do-do lifestyle - how are we to prepare for Jesus return? How are you made ready something when we don't know when it's going to occur?