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  • Returning From Hurrication: Returning From Exile!

    Contributed by Rickey Bennett on Aug 17, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    As the Exile of Israel ends in God’s Glorious Triumph over Assyria & Babylon and the Continuation of His Purpose in His ELECT so the Exile of Humanity Ends in God’s Glorious Triumph of the Cross and the Return of the Presence of God to the Heart of Mankin

    Today’s message is entitled “Returning form Hurrication: Returning from Exile.” It is time to go home; it is always good to be home! The last three years has left it tracks on us. We are discovering this more and more as times go on. On a human sense, it’s very clear that we are ready to be more

  • Owning Our Exile

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 6, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    That we are different from the world is not a license to withdraw. We are to engage and to transform the world around us, for that is the key to our church's future.

    Luther Rice Memorial Baptist Church, Silver Spring, MD, August 26, 1979; with minor changes, Forest Heights Baptist Church, Oxon Hill, MD, Sept. 9, 1979; Howard University School of Religion Chapel, Washington, DC, Oct. 10, 1979; Twinbrook Baptist Church, Rockville, MD, retreat, Jan. 19, 1980; more

  • Redemption For The Exiles Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Mar 24, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    In Matthew 1:1-17, we learn that the exile forms an important part of the genealogy of Jesus because it highlights his mission of redemption for those who are separated from God.

    Introduction In mid-March, BBC News reported that the United Nations investigators asserted, “Russia's forced deportation of Ukrainian children to areas under its control amounts to a war crime.... The UN Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine said there was evidence of the illegal transfer of more

  • Hisstory Series

    Contributed by David Kirkner on Sep 16, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    God has never and will never leave us without a message and a mission

    Route 66- Taking The High Way: Review 2 His-Story God has never and will never leave His people without a message and a mission Genesis 1 God created perfection Message: Don¡¦t eat the forbidden fruit Mission: Be fruitful, multiply, tend the garden Genesis 2 Mankind sinned/Human soul more

  • "The Time Has Come..." Series

    Contributed by Christopher Howitz on Oct 29, 2017

    "Jesus is YHWH himself, bringing people back from spiritual exile, the returning King himself, bringing the long-awaited circumcision of the heart by the Holy Spirit."

    Last week we stood on the edge of the Promised Land, and we were given the choice, by YHWH, between life and death. However, the simple option of choosing life, of choosing YHWH, or loving Him fully and others equally, we discovered, is only possible through radical heart surgery – circumcised more

  • Returning From The Covid Exile

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Oct 17, 2021

    This is the message for our first in-person, indoor service since the beginning of the pandemic of 2020/2021. It discusses the Exile and draws lessons from Nehemiah about living in Exile and coming out of Exile.

    October 17, 2021 Sermon - Returning from Exile (1st Normal Public Service after 18 month Covid Pandemic) It is tremendous to be able to gather for the first time in 18 months. With the exception of the baptism service on August 1 of this year, we have not met together, in person, as the gathered more

  • A Church In Exile, And Our Response

    Contributed by Matthew Oliver on Jan 6, 2002
    based on 10 ratings

    In many ways the Christian church is a church in exile as many of our traditional power bases have been lost. We are not to focus on things of man, but things of God, in prayer and faith. Perseverance in prayer is the key.

    A Church in Exile, and our Response. Sermon for Proper 29, Year C 21 October 2001 St John the Evangelist, Cold Lake Jeremiah 31:27-34 Psalm 119:94-104 2 Tim 3:14-4:5 Luke 18:1-8 One of the joys of being a Lay Reader is the privilege of preaching God’s word before His people. The other part more

  • The Plans I Have For You

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Aug 1, 2016
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon comes from one of the favorite memory Scriptures of our time but this promise was made to Israelites who were in exile. What does it mean to us today?

    Jeremiah 29:1-14 (Please open your Bibles to follow along in God Word) This chapter contains a Bible verse which is a favorite among many Christians and that verse is Jeremiah 29:11 NIV “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to more

  • Run With Promise Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Jun 20, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    A look at how Jeremiah depended on the promises of God.

    During the wedding rehearsal, the groom approached the pastor with an unusual offer. "Look, I¡¦ll give you $100 if you¡¦ll change the wedding vows. When you get to me and the part where I¡¦m to promise to ¡¥love, honor and obey¡¦ and ¡¥forsaking all others, be faithful to her forever,¡¦ I¡¦d more

  • God Will Do It Again.

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Mar 26, 2001
    based on 86 ratings

    Year C. Fifth Sunday in Lent April 1st , 2001

    Year C. Fifth Sunday in Lent April 1st , 2001 Lord of the Lake Lutheran Church Web page By The Rev. Jerry Morrissey, Esq., Pastor E-mail Title: “God will do it again.” Psalm 126 This psalm is classified as a National Lament. It is similar in structure more

  • No Place Like Home

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Jan 8, 2022

    We would sooner give up everything of human worth, even earthly joy, physical health and wholeness, than lose that gift. For this is our true home: in Zion, with God, and in his house. This is always home for God’s people: to be with Him!

    There’s no place like home. You realize that when you’ve been away for a while: maybe on vacation, a business trip, or in the hospital. Home is a refuge. For when we’re at home, we’re surrounded by the familiar. Home is security and comfort. There’s no place like it. But how do we know when we’ve more

  • No Quick Fixes

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Oct 5, 2022

    They have went into exile and there will not be a quick fix.

    Jeremiah 29:1, 4-7 No Quick Fixes 1. For most of the problems and hurdles of life, there are no quick fixes. • Need to lose 15 pounds? It won’t be fast • Need to find a six figure job • Need a plumber to install toilet? It won’t be fast or easy — and it won’t be cheap. 2. Jeremiah is faced with more

  • 2 Baskets Of Figs Series

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on Jun 8, 2005
    based on 35 ratings

    A study of one of the visions that God gave Jeremiah.

    Sermon preached by Rev. Larry C. Brincefield on October 31, 2004 Title: 2 Baskets of Figs Text: Jeremiah 24:1-7 Introduction 1. There are great many things that divide us into groups… We are divided by our sex…there are men and women… We are divided by race…blacks, whites, Hispanics, and so more

  • Whose Flag Are You Flying?

    Contributed by Dr. Fred W. Penney on Jul 4, 2023

    a message about the relationship between Christianity and and state.

    Title: Whose flag are you flying? Text: Jeremiah 29 Church and culture series – part 1 Introduction Canadian immigration is rising … we are a desirable country! O. & A. received their “PR” notice this week! ...People are arriving from Ukraine and other places! • Loss of life in the more

  • A Letter To The Exiles.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 10, 2022
    based on 2 ratings

    Seek the peace of the place in which God has placed you, and pray unto the LORD for it: for in the peace thereof shall ye have peace.

    A LETTER TO THE EXILES. Jeremiah 29:1, Jeremiah 29:4-7. This letter is addressed from Jeremiah in Jerusalem to the elders, priests, prophets and people in exile in Babylon (Jeremiah 29:1). Jeremiah had already prophesied that the exile would last seventy years (cf. Jeremiah 25:12). Our text more