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  • The Forgiving Father

    Contributed by Jim Pye on Mar 20, 2001
    based on 73 ratings
     | 1,301 views

    Lectionary : Lent 4

    25/3/01 6 p.m. Luke 15:1-3,11-32. 151Now the tax collectors and "sinners" were all gathering around to hear him. 2But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, "This man welcomes sinners and eats with them." 3Then Jesus told them this parable:... 11 "There was a man who had two sons. ...read more

  • Holy Trinity

    Contributed by John Fruner on Aug 13, 2002
    based on 41 ratings
     | 2,152 views

    For Trinity Sunday, using the Roman Lectionary

    The Holy Spirit has been explained as being the mutual bond between the Father and the Son in order that when one of the Divine Persons is active, the others are involved. I like this explanation and definition because I find approaching this doctrine, and thus attempting to understand it and ...read more

  • Sin = Suffering No!!!

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Mar 13, 2001
    based on 248 ratings
     | 15,218 views

    A sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Lent Lectionary Series C

    Third Sunday in Lent Luke 13:1-9 Sin=Suffering, No !!   The hardest question a pastor might face is:" Why did God let this happen". "This" may be the death of a loved one, child, spouse, or friend. " This" maybe the lingering agony of a cancer patient, the total destruction of all property by ...read more

  • An Accepting God

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Mar 19, 2001
    based on 84 ratings
     | 1,666 views

    Fourth Sunday in Lent Series C Lectionary Prodigal Son

    ’’An Accepting God" Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 4th Sunday of Lent C A young man had secretly misappropriated several hundred dollars from his employer. When the shortage was discovered he was called to the office of the senior partner Immediately he knew he would be fired and would have to go to ...read more

  • Sickness, Health, And Healing

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Jul 20, 2003
    based on 109 ratings
     | 18,616 views

    The text was the lectionary text for the 6th. Sunday after Pentecost with the theme that Jesus is present to heal His people today.

    SICKNESS, HEALTH, AND HEALING by R. David Reynolds MARK 6:53-56 The late Bruce Thielemann, pastor of Pittsburgh’s First Presbyterian Church tells, the story of a clergy friend Southern California who knew a woman who had been in a mental hospital many years suffering from extreme depression. ...read more

  • Lord, Always Give Us This Bread!

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Aug 2, 2003
    based on 138 ratings
     | 9,219 views

    This sermon is the lectionary text for 8th. Sunday after Pentecost, Year B, and is really a Salvation message

    LORD, ALWAYS GIVE US THIS BREAD”—JOHN 6:22-35 Bread is the most common of all foods. My Mother always called it, “the staff of life.” Perhaps Leviticus 26:26 is the basis for this designation: “When I break your staff of bread, ten women will bake your bread in one oven, and they will ...read more

  • Stumbling Block Or Salt?

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Sep 28, 2003
    based on 79 ratings
     | 22,253 views

    The text is for the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Common Lectionary Reading for Year B, and looks at Characteristics of a Disciple as in the previous two Sundays.

    STUMBLING BLOCK OR SALT? MARK 9:38-50 --by R. David Reynolds Mark’s Gospel has been giving us excellent glimpses into the character of a true disciple of Jesus Christ. As I prayerfully considered our text this morning two points spoke most powerfully to me. Jesus warns us as His disciples ...read more

  • The Cost Of Discipleship

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Sep 14, 2003
    based on 324 ratings
     | 43,190 views

    The Text is the Gospel Reading for Common Lectionary, Year B, the theme is characteristics of a Disciple as seen in this text.

    THE COST OF DISCIPLESHIP—MARK 8:27-38 --by R. David Reynolds Billy Graham has said, “Salvation is free, but discipleship costs everything we have” [--Edythe Draper, Drapers Book of Quotations for the Christian World (Wheaton: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 1992)]. In our text this morning ...read more

  • No Cheap Grace

    Contributed by Marianne Unger on Jun 22, 2003
    based on 9 ratings
     | 1,501 views

    A look at the Wisdom of Solomon literature and a tie into Revelation with a promise that Christ has conquered death and payed the price for our sin.

    Wisdom of Solomon 1:12-15 and 2:23-24 I have to admit that the wisdom books are some of my favorite literature. I don’t know if our members have ever been introduced to the apocryphal/deuterocanoninical books, but if you’ve grown up in the Roman Catholic tradition, they are included in the ...read more

  • A Strange Christmas Passage

    Contributed by Steve Gladwell on Nov 19, 2002
    based on 48 ratings
     | 2,515 views

    An advent sermon on repentance

    A Strange Christmas Passage I wasn’t sure whether I should come here today, after all, how could I come and preach at a Church in a denomination that seems to have got their lectionary passage wrong. Here we are in the second Sunday of advent, only two more Sundays before Christmas day, and the ...read more

  • Nanny, Nanny,...

    Contributed by Thomas Morgan on Jan 21, 2004
    based on 2 ratings
     | 689 views

    Utiilizes a transistion from Paul to James to discuss congregational unity.

    “Nanny, Nanny,…………” January 18, 2004 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 Please join me in a word of prayer. “Heavenly Father, please open our ears that we might hear, open our eyes that we might see your miracles in our life each and every day, open our hearts that we might love one another. Finally, ...read more

  • New Foundations

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 14, 2003
    based on 37 ratings
     | 2,590 views

    The Temple in Jerusalem was foundational to OT Judaism in the same way as the Temple of the Holy Spirit is foundational to the New Covenant

    Field Dalling 26-11-03 Mark 13:1-8 Shaking the Foundations As I started preparing the sermon for this morning, I was puzzled why this particular passage of the Gospel of Mark was in the lectionary. The whole Chapter is about the Signs of the End of the Age, but these first eight verses ...read more

  • The Slaughter Of The Innocents

    Contributed by Jacob Golden, Jr. on Apr 24, 2002
    based on 120 ratings
     | 8,205 views

    A consideration of Matthew’s story about Herod’s slaughter of the children in Bethlehem following Jesus’ birth.

    THE SLAUGHTER OF THE INNOCENTS Matthew 2:13–23 • Romans 8:18–25 Christmas 1 (a) • December ’95, ’98, ’01 I hope you had a good Christmas. We stayed home again. We didn’t go anywhere. Didn’t visit any relatives (though we had some visit us). Didn’t go see a movie (something we’ve sometimes ...read more

  • Follow Me

    Contributed by Roger Shervington on Oct 16, 2003
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,986 views

    A sermon to a group of seminary students on fishing and discipleship.

    "Follow Me" A Sermon by Roger Shervington San Francisco Theological Seminary, Southern CaliforniaJohn 21:1-19 I. Introduction Good evening. Our New Testament reading from the lectionary this evening chronicles the final post-resurrection appearance of the risen Lord in the Gospel of John. ...read more

  • The Signs Of God In Our World

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Dec 8, 2003
    based on 47 ratings
     | 1,598 views

    A sermonf or the 3rd Sunday in Advent Series C John the Baptist talking about loving one another

    3rd Sunday of Advent Luke 3:7-18 "The Signs of God in Our World" 7 He said therefore to the multitudes that came out to be baptized by him, "You brood of vipers! Who warned you to flee from the wrath to come? 8 Bear fruits that befit repentance, and do not begin to say to yourselves, ’We have ...read more