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Edward Frey avatar
What Are You Smiling About?
Shared by: Edward Frey on Dec, 2001
Summary: Our Lord’s coming gives us a real reason to smile; the joy he brings lasts forever.
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Scripture: Isaiah 35:1-10
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 8,147
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Surprising Words
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Apr, 2007
Summary: God’s power is at work whenever the gospel is preached. If he could do the things we read about here in Luke 2, there’s nothing he can’t achieve.
Series: Christmas
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 1:39-55
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 624
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A disillusioned prophet questions Jesus:Matthew 11: 2-11/ Isaiah 35
Shared by: Wendy Gravolin on Dec, 2013
Summary: This is a sermon in a narrative storytelling style looking at John the Baptist's question to Jesus "Are you the one or are we to look for another? Dealing with the issue of our disillusionment when the way God works shocks or disappoints our expectations.
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Life just never seams to go as planned.
Shared by: Gordon McCulloch on Jan, 2014
Summary: Life never goes as planned: for example, have you ever invested years of your life in another person only to watch something go wrong: as something happens, and your investments all go wrong as they make one stupid mistake after another.
Scripture: Matthew 11:2-11
Denomination: Episcopal
Views: 561
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Hope and Expectation forever.
Shared by: Gordon McCulloch on Nov, 2014
Summary: As Christmas approaches many people become discouraged despite the festivities yet we have everything to live for according to all of today's readings. Read on!
Scripture: Luke 3:17-18
Denomination: Episcopal
Views: 525
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Are we really the ones whom God has saved.
Shared by: Gordon McCulloch on Nov, 2014
Summary: This is the season of Joy, but not for everyone, in fact many have serious doubts. And we in the church maybe similar; even John the Baptist seriously doubted Jesus at the end. Can we take inspiration from him? Read on!
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Scripture: John 1:6-28
Denomination: Episcopal
Views: 2,022
Ernie Arnold avatar
Roots and Fruits
Shared by: Ernie Arnold on Dec, 2015
Summary: Proposition: John shares with us 1. A powerful exhortation of genuine repentance 2. The need for personal examination 3. The expectation of living a life of holiness and 4. The excitement of possess the fire of the Holy Spirit in our lives
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Denomination: *other
Views: 693
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Fruit for Christmas
Shared by: Lynn Malone on Dec, 2015
Summary: John the Baptist (and John Wesley, too) said that repentance would bear fruit in a changed life. Preparing for the coming of Christ means living and life of repentance and bearing the fruit that reflects that repentance.
Scripture: Luke 3:7-18
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 196
John Gullick avatar
Advent Waiting on God.
Shared by: John Gullick on Dec, 2015
Summary: A sermon which begins with a number of scriptures on waiting - encourages listeners to learn HOW to wait on God.
C. Philip Green avatar
The Peace of Immanuel
Shared by: C. Philip Green on Dec, 2015
Summary: Find guidance and gladness, relief and rest, when you let Christ reign in your life.
Scripture: Isaiah 9:2-7
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 339
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What would we tell John?
Shared by: Ernie Arnold on Nov, 2016
Summary: In our passage Jesus shares 1. His Mission and the 2. Parameters of that Mission. Jesus clearly states His Mission ( therefore our Mission) and His Target Audience (therefore our Target Audience). Jesus message is a reality check for the Church Today