• Daniel Habben

    Contributing sermons since Nov 2, 2004
Daniel's church

St. Peter Ev. Lutheran Church
St. Albert, *Province/Other T8N 0J6

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  • Prevail Completely Over Every Difficulty, Demon, And Even Death

    Contributed on Feb 20, 2024

    Have you ever pulled off a lopsided victory—a volleyball match perhaps or a basketball game in which your team dominated from start to finish, or a race in which you finished minutes ahead of everyone else?

    In last Sunday’s Super Bowl, the Chiefs prevailed over the 49’s. The first three quarters may not have been especially exciting, but the Fourth Quarter and Over Time were something else! Last Sunday’s game was sure a lot more competitive than Super Bowl XXIV. In that 1990 championship game, the more

  • "who Am I?"

    Contributed on Aug 27, 2023

    Unravel God’s Identity and Discover Your Own

    I am going to start you off with a couple of “Who am I?” riddles this morning. “I dig out tiny caves, and store gold and silver in them. I also build bridges of silver and make crowns of gold. Who am I?” A: a dentist. Here’s another one. “I can shave several times a day but still have a beard. Who more

  • "dear God, Please Give Me..."

    Contributed on Jul 31, 2023

    If God offered to give you whatever you wanted, what would you ask for? Solomon teaches us how to ask for true riches.

    I found a website that published letters children addressed to God. As you can imagine, the letters are quite humorous. One girl wrote: “Dear God. Are you really invisible or it that just a trick?” Another child observed: “Dear God, I bet it is very hard for you to love all of everybody in the more

  • A Daily Quest That Leads To Eternal Rest

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2023
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    We spend 2.5 days a year looking for lost items like the TV remote. The prophet Isaiah helps us see what important daily quest we should undertake.

    According to a 2017 survey by Pixie, a company that furnishes technology to locate lost items, Americans spend the equivalent of 2.5 days a year looking for misplaced items. What do you suppose the most misplaced item is? No, not phones or keys. It’s the TV remote. Apparently more than 70% of us more

  • Finders Weepers. Losers Keepers.

    Contributed on Jul 2, 2023

    Jesus turns worldly wisdom on its head.

    Finish this saying: “Finders ___________. Losers ___________.” The blanks of course should read: “Finders keepers. Losers weepers.” This traditional saying means that if you find something like a $20 bill on the street, you get to keep it. And if you were the one to lose that $20, well, too bad for more

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