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Just as the Wise Men, be ready to meet God in the midst of your everyday activities, then rise up and follow the star. What you believe should determine how you behave. Be willing to put feet on your faith; then rise up and follow the star.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 1/4/2013
The journey of following Jesus, who calls us...
Series: Epiphany C
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Mark 1:14-1:20
Shared: 5/1/2007
What is Epiphany? Here’s the answer, and what it means to you.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Isaiah 60:1-60:6
Shared: 12/31/2002
The healing of the paralytic man illustrates how Jesus heals and respects the faithfulness of others too in the healing process.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Mark 2:1-2:12
Shared: 2/17/2003
God’s grace is revealed in his Word. His Word leads us to worship him with our lives.
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 1/4/2002
Sermon for the First Sunday after the Epiphany The Baptism of Jesus
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Matthew 3:13-3:17
Shared: 1/11/2002
Expect God to be made manifest in your life.
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 4/14/2003
The authority of Jesus and all of his would-be followers is rooted in love.
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 1/26/2003
When God calls us God is no respecter of persons-young, old, rich, poor, etc. God calls people from of all walks of life and backgrounds to serve him.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Jeremiah 1:4-1:10
Shared: 1/23/2004
Luther gave 2 statements about Christian Freedom: "A Christian is a perfectly free lord of all, subject to none. A Christian is a perfectly dutiful servant of all, subject to everyone." St. Paul tells us what Christian Freedom really means.
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 11/13/2003