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  • Called . . . Go - 2

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Jul 4, 2020

    Looking at how we grasp divine moments from God.

    Your Moment Matthew 25:31-46 July 5, 2020 Last week we were talking about grabbing hold of those moments in life which are transformative. That’s a tall order! I know that! That’s kind of what makes messages like this filled with so much fun and anxiety. It’s being alert to when God is more

  • Find Joy In Suffering

    Contributed by Paul Davidson on May 22, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    We can find joy in the midst of suffering... We can take courage and rejoice knowing that after all we've been through, it's going to be worth it all.

    Today, we will “Find Joy in Suffering”… Please turn in your Bibles to 1 Peter 1:3-6… “3 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, 4 and into an inheritance more

  • The Cat's In The Cradle - Father's Day 2020

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jun 21, 2020
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    Many of us, as Christians, grow up with a "blind spot" just like the Dad in "The Cat's In The Cradle" song. Are we failing to build spiritual relationships just as the Dad in the song failed to build a real Father-Son relationship?

    The Cat’s In The Cradle Today we will be reading from 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 Today is Father’s Day. To me it is a confusing day but at the same time it makes sense. It makes sense because a Biblical father is what God planed for the human family. A father who provides for the needs of the more

  • Immigration Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Aug 16, 2008
    based on 9 ratings

    This sermon examines how Jesus would vote on immigration.

    Scripture Ethnic jokes exploit ethnic stereotypes. The format is usually where the butt of the joke is a person who belongs to an ethnic group singled out for abuse. So, for example, the English tell jokes about an Irishman, the Canadians about a Newfoundlander, the Americans about a Polish more

  • Getting On The Left Side Of A Right-Handed God

    Contributed by Everett Mccoy on Jul 22, 2008
    based on 17 ratings

    A unique approach to the blessing and jugdment of God. Everything God is is on his right - there is NOTHING left to be at his left.

    Originally I thought of titling my message “God is Ambidextrous”. I have often characterized the right and left hands of God as the glory and judgment of God, respectively. We’re always hearing in church about the power and the glory – but I wanted to remind everyone today that God has a left more

  • Real Christianity Series

    Contributed by Rule Digal on Aug 11, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Was the Lord teaching salvation by works here? No, rather He is teaching us what true and genuine Christianity is. He is teaching us how we ought to live our faith out if we are truly His followers.

    Real Christianity Matt.25: 31-46 nOTE: Some materials of this sermon are taken from What is Christianity? It is a religion of love –love to God expressed in loving and serving people. Serving people out of their needs is the hallmark and the essence of the ministry of more

  • Compassion: 'the King's Reply'

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Aug 8, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    God wants us to care about whats happening to others in our world

    By Garrett Edwards Every year around this time, people start thinking about what kinds of things they will be willing to sacrifice for world vision’s 40 hour famine. People, churches, youth groups, schools, businesses, if they are so inclined, ask for a little booklet from world vision and more

  • Need-Oriented Evangelism

    Contributed by Brien Sims on Aug 4, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Judgment for our benevolence on earth

    I have a question for everyone here today; especially those who have been Christians for many years. What happens after faith? We finally accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, start reading our Bibles, try to learn to pray and then what do we do? Isn’t their another step in this journey of more

  • First Comes Our Transformation - Lastly Comes Our Transfiguration

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Feb 18, 2020
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    We will join Jesus, Moses and Elijah and we will be transfigured in that glory.

    Message/Devotion February 23, 2020 Matthew 17:1-9 First Comes Our Transformation – Lastly Comes OUR Transfiguration The Reading Jesus Transfigured on the Mount 17 Now after six days Jesus took Peter, James, and John his brother, led them up on a high mountain by themselves; 2 and He was more

  • You Ought To Be Congratulated

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Dec 13, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    Many of us know about the separation of the sheep and the goats, but what is the reason for the separation? Since it cannot be only our treatment of the down and out there must be another reason.

    Matthew 25:31-46. “You ought to be congratulated” Scripture Readings:- James 1:19-27 Matthew 25:31-46 (text) Congregation in the Lord, The basic teaching of this passage is obvious … Jesus summarizes it in verse 46. “Then they (the goats) will go away to eternal punishment, but the more

  • Bastard Children Series

    Contributed by Isaiah Banjo on Oct 11, 2020

    As a child, I watched Nigerian movies and some foreign movies in which parents sent their children out of their homes in anger, telling them not to return. They called them all sorts of names, prominent of which was the word “bastard”.

    As a child, I watched Nigerian movie and some foreign movies in which parents sent their children out of their homes in anger, telling them not to return. They called them all sorts of names, prominent of which was the word “bastard”. A bastard child is defined as an illegitimate child, born in a more

  • Putting Others First : Going Beyond Singing Joy To The World , During This Christmas And New Year Series

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Dec 27, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    This is the time when we sing Joy to the world and be happy about it. But is there something more we are expected to do? Before the Christmas Spirit wears off and before New Year resolutions are made, let us commit to Put others First

    Putting Others First Romans 15:1-3, Philippians 2:1-4 This morning, permit me to ask you to do an exercise. Please do pardon me if you feel uncomfortable doing this exercise. We have distributed a piece of paper and pens to all of you. I would like you to think for a moment and write down all the more

  • A King Of A Very Different Sort

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Nov 23, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    Christ's kingdom is not of this world. Where he desires to reign is in our hearts.

    November 22, 2020 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Matthew 25:31-46 A King of a Very Different Sort Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Christ the King Sunday is the new kid on the block. It’s the most recent liturgical more

  • The Gospel. Part 4: What Happens If We Reject Jesus?

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Nov 24, 2020

    Without Jesus in our lives, sin takes hold; weeds start to grow up in the garden of our lives. But the consequences for eternity are much more serious. However, does scripture really lead us to expect the 'pains of hell for ever'?

    Please note. The passage for this talk is Matthew 25:31-46, however the main focus of the talk is v.46. Part 4: What happens if we reject Jesus? Today we have the fourth and last talk in my series on the gospel. We’re thinking about the question, ‘What happens if we reject Jesus?’ Quite a more

  • The Solemnity Of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King Of The Universe-- The Last Judgment

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Nov 15, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    Explaining the Scripture, the Catechism says that the Last Judgment will reveal even to its furthest consequences the good each person has done or failed to do during his earthly life.

    There was a little boy named Kevin who went out with his grandpa one Saturday morning to get some breakfast. They climbed into grandpa’s pickup truck, and down the road they went. On the way, grandpa turned to Kevin and asked, “Which way is heaven?” Kevin pointed to the sky. Then grandpa said, more