• Nate Buchner

    Contributing sermons since Oct 5, 2020
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Good Shepherd Lutheran

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  • Take Ownership Of The Church

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2020

    It's all too easy to think, "Well, someone else will do it." But, God has called each of us to work, and he gives us his love and power to do so.

    In a few days we’re going to be celebrating the Fourth of July. Obviously, this is more than just a date on the calendar. Primarily this is a day to celebrate our country’s independence. But, it is also a day to be with family, light fireworks, and hope that the corn is now knee high. Besides more

  • Should We Seek Justice Or Mercy?

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2020

    As Christians, we have enemies. What should we do? Pray for justice or pray for mercy?

    “Do You Seek Justice or Mercy for Your Enemies?” Acts 7:57-8:3 Pentecost 2A 6/18/17 Pastor Buchner It is for good reason that we are all concerned about our reputation. Now this isn’t to say that we go around worrying about everything that people think about us. Because some people just more

  • The Joy Of The Redeemed

    Contributed on Oct 6, 2020

    No one understands peace like one who has seen war.

    Oh, come, O Day-spring from on high, And cheer us by your drawing nigh; Disperse the gloomy clouds of night, And death’s dark shadows put to flight. Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel Shall come to you, O Israel! No one understands peace quite like the person who has seen war. Certain things will never more

  • Perfect: Down To The Very Last Detail

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020

    No one reads the fine print, it's just too much. Yet, spiritually speaking, Jesus remembered every last detail.

    How many of you actually spend the time reading all the fine print? Yeah, me neither. Signing up for a new phone? You flip ahead to the last page and sign your name. Downloading some new software? You scroll down to the bottom where you can find the little box to hit “accept.” We do this more

  • You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020

    Why did Jesus tell Mary Magdalene, "Don't hold on to me?"

    Can you imagine just how emotion packed that walk to the grave must have been? How heavy those spices were? How it was a struggle to take each and every step to the tomb? Yet, the women were focused and felt they had to do this for the Lord. They had to pay their respects and prepare him more

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