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  • Gregg Bitter

    Contributing sermons since Jan 18, 2003
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St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church
Hancock, Minnesota 56244
320-392-5313

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  • Stay Focused

    Contributed on Nov 29, 2010
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    STAY FOCUSED God's Word. That's what focuses our hearts so that we watch continuously, ready for Jesus. In a way, you might say, God's Word is like my glasses. Without my glasses, I couldn't even begin to catch a football. I wouldn't see it coming. But even with my glasses on, I still need to ...read more

  • 70 Funerals In One Day

    Contributed on Nov 24, 2010
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    70 FUNERALS IN ONE DAY During a forty-year ministry, I would guess that many pastors do seventy or more burials. But this wasn't over the full span of his ministry. In fact, it wasn't even a full year. In one day, Pastor Rinkart did burial rites for up to seventy people and did the same the next ...read more

  • Faith And Promise

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2010
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    FAITH AND PROMISE When something is promised, you have not seen it happen yet, have you? If I promise my wife that I'm going to clean out the basement, there's no proof that you can see. There's only my word. That promise is the only evidence it will happen. And I may prove unreliable for one ...read more

  • Difficulty Praying

    Contributed on Aug 10, 2010
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    And I don't think that I'm alone in this struggle to pray. Even a great church leader like Martin Luther has said this about prayer, "At times I, who teach this and prescribe it to others, have learned from my own example that praying comes close to being the most difficult of all works" ...read more

  • Let's Begin Understanding This Name, /Adonai/ ...

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2010
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    Let’s begin understanding this name, /Adonai/ (אֲדֹנָי), meaning /Lord/, by going back to the Middle Ages. Picture a medieval manor. Peasants worked the surrounding fields. Craftsmen lived in the village. The manor house, maybe with a moat and watchtower, ...read more