Contributing sermons since Sep 15, 2011
Contributed on Apr 14, 2014
What does it really mean that Jesus died for us? There is a story of Jesus Barabbas who should die on the cross but his place was taken by Jesus Christ, God´s Son.
Today I want to tell you a story of a man whom we meet during the Lenten season but we don´t know him very well because his name just briefly shows up in the passion story. This person made many unusual decisions in his life and tried some things that an ordinary person may never experience. ...read more
Contributed on Oct 8, 2012
How many times we realize all God´s blessings in our lives? This sermon is focused on how much we get from our Lord. Every day there is something to be thankful for.
The sermon starts with the video “I Choose Thankful” http://www.ministryflix.com/short_films/overview-i_choose_thankful.html?trk=10 Tomorrow we celebrate Thanksgiving – for some people it is just a day off which extends a weekend; for others it is a good chance to see ...read more
Contributed on Mar 30, 2012
It is a blessing and very important for our faith to consider what kind of crowd we have merged into, what we hold in our hands, and what we are shouting.
John 12:12-13, “The next day the great crowd that had come for the Feast heard that Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem. They took palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting, “Hosanna!” In my sermon today I want to focus on and examine the crowds that were present during ...read more
Contributed on Dec 31, 2011
The biblical teacher in Ecclesiastes has one great advantage over us. In everything he says he is counting on God.
For a long time, the biblical wisdom: “There is a time for everything and a season for every activity...“, used to seem very general to me. It is a beautiful poem – that´s true – but the idea itself appeared so obvious that there was no need to pay any special attention to ...read more
Contributed on Dec 23, 2011
there is one more person hiding in this Christmas story. – Luke does not mention him directly. We do not know his name either, yet we can see him there quite clearly. He is a well-known person, standing in the background of this sentence: “There was no ro
We often have a feeling that the people we know, or the events we experience on a regular basis cannot surprise us with anything new and therefore they cannot enrich our lives anymore. Christmas is just like that. Only children can still be amazed by everything that is happening during that time ...read more
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Contributed on Mar 30, 2012
FOLLOWING THE MASSES A few years ago I was walking down Prague's Wenceslaus Square when I coincidently, without realizing it, found myself in the middle of a protest. It was so easy to blend with them, to get into their middle and march with them, but once I tried to leave that mob, step out and ...read more