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  • 28a Domingo Ordinario

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Oct 9, 2020

    ‘Amigo, ¿cómo has entrado aquí sin traje de fiesta?’

    Javi, -¿Tiene pan? -No -¿Tiene pan? -No -¿Tiene pan? -ME LO VUELVES A PREGUNTAR Y TE CLAVO LA CABEZA AL SUELO! -¿Tiene clavos? -¡NO! -¿Y pan? -- Hay muchas cenas en nuestras lecturas de este domingo. Los criados salieron a los caminos y reunieron a todos los que more

  • There Was A Priest Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Sep 25, 2020

    Does God hear our prayers? What will we do when He sends an answer?

    Grace Community Church Winchester, VA Rev. Bradford Reaves, Sr. Pastor Watch this message at: Introduction Does God hear our prayers? That’s a question we have all asked. Does God really hear me? I remember several years ago, I returned home more

  • When The Bow Breaks

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Jul 20, 2020

    There are times to bend and there are times to stand. We are living in an era where sooner or later we will have to decide which we will do.

    1. What I see that we need – Equipping for the time in which we live as Christians a. We’ve been spoiled to easy living in regard to our faith – that may be coming to an end b. If/when it does, how will we respond? c. I see my role is in equipping us to meet the demands that are coming d. It would more

  • Wisdom Is Shown To Be Right By Its Results ...

    Contributed by Roberta Karchner on Jul 4, 2020

    Independence Day Sermon, July 2020, during the Pandemic - Responsibility is part of freedom

    Reading of the Word: Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30 Sermon: The Freedom of Following Jesus - Wisdom is shown to be right by its results When I first looked at this passage I actually only intended to preach on the last couple of verses here on Independence Day Weekend. I actually verbalized it to more

  • A Mother Who Seeks The Higest Place

    Contributed by Rev. Duraimony Dickson on May 14, 2020
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    How important is the kingdom God for our life? Are you a part of His kingdom? Are you actively involved in the work of the kingdom of God? and do you have a big expectation of entering the kingdom of God?

    A Mother who seeks the highest place Matthew 20:20-23 Anna M. Jarvis (1864-1948) first suggested the national observance of Mother’s Day. At a memorial service for her mother on May 10, 1908, Miss Jarvis gave a flower to each person who attended. Within the next few years, the idea of a day to more

  • As Good As God Promised Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Dec 30, 2019
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    As John the Baptist sat in prison, staring at the end of his life, he started to wonder if Jesus was everything that he expected Jesus to be. See how Jesus answers that question and continues to answer our questions when we might doubt if God is really all that we hoped him to be.

  • Jesus, John, And Joy: Listening To The Right Prophet

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Dec 22, 2019
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    Sermon for Advent 3, year C. John the Baptist sent his disciples to Jesus wanting to know why Jesus allowed him to remain in jail. Jesus quoted the prophet Isaiah back to him, and said, "rejoice."

    Preparing for 2020 John, Jesus, and Joy: Listening to the right prophet. I do not wear pink very often (unless I lose a bet, like today…). But, there is one service in the church year where the priest can wear pink vestments. Rose Sunday, or the Sunday of Joy… Today. I didn’t want to wear more

  • Your Lying Eyes Series

    Contributed by Delwyn Campbell on Dec 20, 2019
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    Our current circumstances do not set the parameters for God’s faithfulness. His Word, as He engages our ears with His exceeding great and precious promises, is the measure of His faithfulness.

  • Christmas Doldrums

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Dec 18, 2019

    John the Baptist lost his certainty of who Jesus was. We can suffer from the "doldrums," too.

    December 15, 2019 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Isaiah 35:1-10; Matthew 11:2-11 Christmas Doldrums Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. “Are you the one who is to come, or are we to wait for another?” The John the more

  • Disappointed But Not Discouraged

    Contributed by J Bernard Taylor on Dec 15, 2019

    Disappointment refers to sadness or displeasure from failure to fulfill ones hopes or expectations. Discouragement means loss of hope or enthusiasm as a result. It is possible to be disappointed without being discouraged.

    DISAPPOINTED BUT NOT DISCOURAGED Introduction Frequently, employers will ask prospective employees what their biggest disappointment in life has been. The question probably gives employers a hint about how these prospective employees handle times of stress and hardships in life. We more

  • Offended By Jesus

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Dec 10, 2019
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    Are we offended by Jesus at Christmas time? If he walked the earth today would we be offended by him? Let’s examine the real Jesus and being offended at Jesus in Matthew 11:2-11.

  • Are You The One?

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Dec 4, 2019
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    when John the Baptist hears of Jesus' ministry, he begins to doubt that he is the 'real' Messiah

    Matthew 11:2-11 Today we enter the third week of Advent – with it the anticipation of the Birth of Christ. In just a little over one week we will be sitting in this sanctuary celebrating Jesus’ birth. . . the Advent of the Messiah. But today’s scripture is not foretelling the birth of Christ. more

  • Just Which Advent?

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Dec 4, 2019

    what are we waiting for during Advent

    Matthew 11:2-11 Now when John the Baptist was in prison heard about the activities of Christ, he sent word by his disciples and asked Him, “Are You the Expected One (the Messiah), or should we look for someone else who will be the promised One?” Jesus answered, “Go and report to John what you hear more

  • Just Which Advent????

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Dec 4, 2019

    during this Advent season, are we awaiting the birth of Jesus or his second coming?

    Matthew 11:2-11 The Season of Advent can be a very confusing time for some people: • on one hand, we all wait with wide-eyes for the birth of the Christ child • on the other, we are waiting for the second Coming of Jesus at the end of the world. Indeed a major part of the Christian faith more

  • Second Guessing Series

    Contributed by Dr. Dave Hartson on Nov 27, 2019
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    Now in prison, John is second guessing if Jesus is indeed the Messiah.

    Introduction We are going to end our series, “Less is More with God.” But my hope is that over these past few weeks, you got your mind and heart wrapped around that Bible Principle. It is a principle that can be found over and over throughout the Bible. Let’s take a look at a couple of those more