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  • Thinking The Things Of God -Conclusion To The Small Catechism Series

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Nov 6, 2018

    This message is the conclusion to Martin Luther's Small Catechism. the 6 major theological points of scripture, concluding with "our vocation".

    In Jesus Holy Name November 11, 2018 Series: Luther’s Small Catechism Redeemer Text: II Timothy 3:16 “Thinking the Things of God” Conclusion to Martin Luther’s Small Catechism On this Sunday we have come to our final topic in our series of more

  • "Thinking The Things Of God” Introduction To Luther’s Small Catechism Series

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Oct 5, 2018

    Background and history of Luther's Small Catechism

    In Jesus Holy Name September 16, 2018 Series: Luther’s Small Catechism Redeemer Text Deuteronomy 6:5-7 “Thinking the Things of God” Introduction to Luther’s Small Catechism Everyone has an identity. Often time our real identity; who we more

  • Reflections On The Lord's Supper From Luther's Small Catechism

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Apr 6, 2010
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    What a marvelous inheritance Jesus has left us in the Lord's Supper, his last will and testament! Let's reflect on it as guided by Jesus' words which Martin Luther used in the Small Catechism.

    Text: Selected Text Theme: Reflections on the Lord's Supper from Luther's Small Catechism The Setting for the Supper Part One: What is the Sacrament of Holy Communion? Part Two: What blessings do we receive through this eating and drinking? Part Three: How can eating and drinking do such more

  • Standing Firm In The Truth

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Apr 4, 2022

    The "mystery of lawlessness is already at work," but God had revealed the truth to His people, the truth in which we must "stand firm."

    God’s people in Thessalonica were confused. Someone they trusted had lied to them. Someone had told them that the day of Christ’s return had come and gone and that they had missed it. Christ’s return is just one thread, of course, in the total fabric of doctrine, but, like all the other threads, more

  • No Creed But Christ Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 14, 2007
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    What does it mean to have "no creed but Christ?"

    OPEN: Years ago I supply preached for a small country church that had about 35 in attendance. They weren’t part of our brotherhood, but they liked me and asked me to consider becoming their preacher. At the time I was candidating for another church, but that church hadn’t yet made up their minds to more

  • A Lenten Catechesis-The Office Of The Keys And Confession Series

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Mar 21, 2013
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    A midweek Lenten sermon based on John 20:21-23 that covers the Office of the Keys and Confession from Luther’s Small Catechism. Preached 3/13/2013 at Emmons Lutheran Church, Emmons, Minnesota

    At the beginning of the service, I mentioned that tonight, we were going to be looking at what is perhaps the least known or understood part of the Small Catechism, which is “The Office of the Keys.” When I said that, perhaps some of you were wondering “Did Pastor Martin misplace the keys to his more

  • The Most Important Thing Of All

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Apr 4, 2022

    We look everywhere else rather than to Jesus for the answers to life's problems. But Jesus has--and IS!--the answer to our most important questions. Therefore, we must find our answers in Jesus.

    THE MOST IMPORTANT THING OF ALL Mark 10:17-31 What is wrong?—Looking elsewhere—rather than to Jesus—for answers. What is true?—Jesus has—and IS!—the answer to our most important questions. What to do—We must find our answers in Jesus. How?—By coming to understand three things: I The Most more

  • Seventeenth Sunday In Ordinary Time, Cycle A -- 17th Sunday, Year A

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on May 24, 2020

    It’s so important that ordinary Catholics read Scripture as a devotional inquiry which the Catholic Catechism calls “the intimate sense of spiritual realities which believers experience.”

    A foolish old farmer, so the story goes, concluded one day that the oats he had fed his mule for years were simply costing him too much. So, he hatched a plan: He mixed a little sawdust in with the feed, and then a little more the next day, and even more the next, each time reducing the amount of more

  • "Thinking The Things Of God” Baptism: Tap Water Made Special Series

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Nov 6, 2018

    Baptism: This sermon is a basic outline rather than a complete sermon.

    In Jesus Holy Name October 14, 2018 Series: Luther’s Small Catechism Redeemer Text Matthew 28:19 “Thinking the Things of God” Baptism: Tap Water Made Special Everyone has an identity. At birth we are given a name. We have a family name. more

  • Lesson 9: Preach A Children's Sermon Series

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Mar 11, 2018

    Children's sermons

    Lesson Goal The purpose of this sermon is to encourage the use of quality children's sermons. Lesson Intro Jesus' ministry is famous for his allowing little children to come to him (Matthew 19:14; Luke 18:17), mentioning specifically the advantage children have over adults in receiving the more

  • Memorial Sunday Air Force Core Values

    Contributed by Greg Van Heukelom on Jun 29, 2020

    The Air Force core values---though leaders would say did not come from the Biblical tradition, but I would argue the core vales do come directly from the Bible, Integrity 1st, Service before self and Excellence in all we do.

    Ascension Sunday Hello, I'm pastor Greg of Calvary Reformed Church. And I will be bringing a teaching today on ascension Sunday. Hallmark has never done anything big with Ascension Day, and within the church there is a lot understanding of Ascension Day which has been lost. I'm going more

  • What Are The Means Of Grace?

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 5, 2018
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    In our lesson today, we learn about the means of grace that God has provided to enable believers to grow in Christ.

    Scripture This is our third “Sunday Seconds” service. When the Session considered topics for the Sunday Seconds’ sermons, one of the topics suggested was: “What are the means of grace? That is, how does a Christian grow?” So, that is tonight’s topic. After the Apostle Peter preached on the Day of more

  • "Thinking The Things Of God” Holy Communion Come As You Are Series

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Nov 6, 2018

    This is part of the series through Martin Luther's Small Catechism. Lutheran view of Holy Communion explained

    In Jesus Holy Name October 28, 2018 Series: Luther’s Small Catechism Redeemer Text Matthew 26:26b-28 “Thinking the Things of God” Holy Communion: Come as you Are On this Sunday of the Reformation we have come to our final topic in our series of more

  • Prayer

    Contributed by Kevin Mayberry on Apr 16, 2002
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    Prayer is essential to Christian life

    Síocháin agus Dia Dhuit,God to you and peace, In the Catechism,2774,the Church tells us that: prayer is a vital necessity.Proof from the contrary is no less convincing:if we do not allow the Spirit to lead us,we fall back into the slavery of sin. Gal.5:16-18,NAB I say,then:live by the more

  • Eucharistic Fix- Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jun 28, 2018

    In the study, one person related not having a fear of death, and another related that death and resurrection are a continual process following the psychic deaths she had while in her addiction.

    20B I want to continue with an article I read from a university in Santa Barbara about Catholic Mass and its healing implications for the addicted person. In the study, a psychological sense of alienation and loneliness appears to be a common experience for the addict, because the drug of more