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Year A. The Baptism of our Lord January 13, 2002 Title: “Jesus’ Baptism is a model for understanding Christian Baptism.” Matthew 3: 13-17
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Shared: 1/4/2002
"Oh How I Love Jesus" We hear the words spoken to Jesus at his baptism, before his ministry has begun that, "This is my beloved, with whom I am well pleased" and the same is said to us without us having to earn it. Our response is love for God and love
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Shared: 1/10/2002
Sermon for the First Sunday after the Epiphany The Baptism of Jesus
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Shared: 1/11/2002
Why was Jesus baptized? Christ’s baptism is an example of his commitment to God and God’s commitment to him and to us.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Tags: Baptism
Shared: 3/24/2003
This sermon explores baptism in the process of salvation.
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Shared: 2/10/2001
Third sermon in a series dealing with the Tough Questions of Scripture. This message looks at issue of the trinity as ultimately a divinity issue, seeking to define the trinity and look at the evidence of Scripture for the revealed doctrine of the Trinity
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 3:16-3:17
Tags: Trinity
Shared: 10/14/2003
First sermon in series "Living Life on Purpose - Christ’s Answers to Man’s Questions". This is a question from John the Baptist.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 3:1-3:17
Shared: 2/26/2003
Baptism of Christ--The carpenter trades in His woodworking tools and becomes a rebuilder of human hearts, as He carves out a way of escape for hell bound mankind. Link included to formatted text and PowerPoint Presentation.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Shared: 3/16/2006
Sometimes we aren’t sure if “now” is the right time for things. At the Jordan River, about 30 years after Jesus was born, now was the time. Time for what? It’s time for Jesus to be baptized.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Shared: 1/7/2002
EPIPHANY 1, YEAR A - The bapism of Jesus is our baptism into death and new life
Denomination: Congregational
Scripture: Matthew 3:1-3:17
Shared: 1/6/2001
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