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  • How Do You Answer Jesus?

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Feb 4, 2021

    What is our reaction to the Saviour? What do we do with the message of Jesus Christ? That’s a good question for us, who hear and read often about the coming of Jesus in the flesh and about his dying on the cross. So what do we do now? How do treat the message of the gospel?

    In this world there are scientists of all kinds. So many people, researching so many areas of knowledge. And among these many scientists, there are those who study human behaviour. They will even conduct social experiments because they want to know why people act and react the way we do. You could more

  • The Earth Mover

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Dec 7, 2020
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    John the Baptist was a spiritual "bulldozer" calling us to move the rhythms and rhymes of this world towards God's justice.

    December 6, 2020 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Isaiah 40:1-11; Mark 1:1-8 The Earth Mover Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. “Every valley shall be lifted up, and every mountain and hill be made low; the uneven ground more

  • Preparing For Christmas

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Dec 6, 2020
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    Today's message looks at and answers the question that as we are preparing for Christmas, are we preparing for Jesus.

    Preparing for Christmas Luke 3 In our message today, I’d like to address my ending statement from last week’s message on how Satan is trying to steal Christmas. I said that “as we enter into this Christmas season, let’s prepare our hearts the right way so that the true joy of Christmas can fill more

  • Finding God In Us

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Dec 4, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    The Second Sunday of Advent.

    Finding God in Us Scripture: Isaiah 40:1-5, Isaiah 40:9-11, 2 Peter 3:8-15, Mark 1:1-8. Reflection Dear sisters and brothers, Let us begin our reflection listening to the Gospel according to Mark (Mark1:1-18): “The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ the Son of God. As more

  • Encontrar A Dios En Nosotros

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Dec 4, 2020
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    El segundo domingo de Adviento.

    Encontrar a Dios en nosotros Sagrada Escritura: Isaías 40: 1-5, Isaías 40: 9-11, 2 Pedro 3: 8-15, Marcos 1: 1-8. Reflexión Queridos hermanos y hermanas, Comencemos nuestra reflexión escuchando el Evangelio según Marcos (Marcos 1: 1-18): “ El principio del more

  • Paghanap Ng Diyos Sa Amin

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Dec 4, 2020
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    Ang Pangalawang Linggo ng Adbiyento.

    Paghanap ng Diyos sa Amin Banal na kasulatan: Isaias 40: 1-5, Isaias 40: 9-11, 2 Pedro 3: 8-15, Marcos 1: 1-8. Pagninilay Minamahal na mga kapatid na babae, Simulan natin ang ating pagsasalamin sa pakikinig sa Ebanghelyo ayon kay Marcos (Marcos1: 1-18): “ Ang pasimula ng more

  • Second Sunday Of Advent, Year B: The Good News Of Advent

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 3, 2020

    The route home is spiritualized to refer to as "the way of the Lord" and attention must be given to preparing for the coming of the Messiah.

    Modern GPS devices usually have a pleasant voice that tells you when you missed a turn and how to get back on the right road. On this Second Sunday of Advent, we hear the pleasant voice of this Good News: 1.Such as the opening words of our Gospel today: “The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ more

  • The Voice Speaks

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Dec 1, 2020

    The Voice of God cries out to humanity I forgive, I love you, I give you Hope, I offer Peace to all, and I give joy to all humanity.

    “The Voice Speaks” Isaiah 40:1-11 1. Today is the second Sunday of Advent (Second Coming) today there is a Voice that Cries out • The Voice we hear is God. God voice says, “Speak tenderly to Jerusalem “Tell her I forgive her of her wrongs, her sins, her forgiveness has freed her she more

  • Prepare The Way Of The Lord

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Nov 28, 2020

    Sermon for The Second Sunday of Advent where we consider John the Baptists message to be prepared.

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. Last week as we entered into the season of Advent, we began to think about the busyness of the season, and how we have to not only prepare our homes for the coming season of Christmas, but even more important, we should be preparing our more

  • Comfort Ye My People: An Exposition Of Isaiah 40:1-11

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Nov 28, 2020
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    In times like this, we need to be comforted as well as to give words of true comfort/

    Comfort Ye My People: An Exposition of Isaiah 40:1-11 Whenever we hear the word “comfort,” we think of the word “discomfort.” One does not need to be comforted when one is already comfortable. Comfort is a hot bowl of soup when one has been working outside in the freezing cold all day. Comfort is more

  • Repentance Is Crucial For A World In Trouble Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 28, 2020
    based on 5 ratings

    Our Lord forebears because His desire is for all to be saved. And when the trumpet blows, the time for repentance is over.

    Second Sunday in Advent 2020 Let me share reflections on the Word of God for the second Sunday in Advent in this plague year 2020. The virus has been a plague, at least made worse by the attitude and behavior of the communist regime in mainland China. The election has been a plague, and I think more

  • Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord (Think Https://

    Contributed by Steven W. Satterfield on Nov 20, 2020

    This is based on the Lectionary.

    "Thou didst forgive the iniquity of Thy people; Thou didst pardon all their sin Restore us again, o God of our salvation . . . show us Thy steadfast love, o Lord, and grant us Thy salvation . . . surely His salvation is at hand for those who fear Him, that glory may dwell in our more

  • "god Comforts!" Series

    Contributed by Larry Vollink on Nov 19, 2020

    God is the Source of All Comfort, but as followers we must find ways daily to experience His awesome comfort and say say Thank you Lord for your comfort.

    The greatness of God is realized in Psalms 8 as David writes about his greatness in his creation, but wonders about the insigfiance of man, that he should be concerned about him. But Isaiah says God is a God of Comfort. Paul say "God is a God of all comfort. His name is "Comfort." more

  • Comfort In

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Jul 28, 2020

    Sometimes we need to be comforted and sometimes we need to comfort.

    1. A little boy stopped by the super market and asked the cashier where he could find a box of Tide… he said it was for washing his cat. The lady was quick to tell him that he shouldn’t wash his cat with Tide but she couldn’t change his mind. Later the boy came back to the store and told the more

  • The Prophets: People Get Ready Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on Dec 16, 2019

    Centuries before Jesus was born, Isaiah prophesied that Israel's warfare would be accomplished, and her iniquity pardoned. Who are we at war with? How is iniquity pardoned? And what does that have to do with Christmas?

    Please open your Bibles to Isaiah 40. As we begin the season of Advent, we are going to look at some very familiar words from the Old Testament, particularly if you are a fan of Handel’s Messiah: “The voice of one crying: In the wilderness prepare the way of theLord. Make straight in the desert a more