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  • Brooksby Remembrance Sunday

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 8, 2008
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,919 views

    We must never forget what our peace cost those who never came back

    Remembrance Sunday 2008 at Brooksby I would like to focus our thoughts this morning on one verse from Ps 46 Psalm 46:1 “God is our refuge and strength A very help in trouble” For Christians down the centuries, this has been a great source of comfort as they remember the great things ...read more

  • Remembrance Sunday Brooksby 2009

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 8, 2009
    based on 7 ratings
     | 3,492 views

    God is a "present help in trouble" Ps 46.1

    God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble (Ps 46:1) Committed Christians over the centuries have paid an important role in our armed forces. They have prayed for their country and they have been leaders in the forefront of battle. One such Christian was Lt. General Sir ...read more

  • Remembrance Sunday 2005

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 5, 2005
    based on 27 ratings
     | 3,452 views

    Memories - how can we use them

    NR 13-11-05 Remembrance Sunday 2005 Let us pray: DEAR LOVING HEAVENLY FATHER - HELP US REMEMBER -- HOW DIFFERENT IT WAS -- FOR MEN AND WOMEN DURING THE WAR. HELP US TO REMEMBER WHAT THEY GAVE UP SO THAT WE MAY ENJOY PEACE TODAY. AND HELP US ...read more

  • Remembrance Sunday 2006

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 54 ratings
     | 4,822 views

    Let us not forgot the price of freedom

    Remembrance Day – Memories War often brings out the good in people, in a way that we could never imagine. One such man was Maximilian Kolbe (1894-1941) Maximilian Kolbe was a Roman Catholic priest, who was put in a Nazi concentration camp, Auschwitz for his faith. In the camp, he ...read more

  • Remembrance Sunday Sermon

    Contributed by Michael Hopkins on Nov 25, 2005
    based on 46 ratings
     | 17,295 views

    A sermon for Remembrance Sunday - the UK’s version of Veteran’s Day, always on the second Sunday in November.

    It’s very daunting for me to stand in a pulpit on this day of all days. The closest I’ve come to living through a war is seeing it on the television, and the closest I’ve come to active service was the school cadet force. Yet, today is still desperately important. This year we remember ...read more

  • Heaven Is Not Like That! - Remembrance Sunday

    Contributed by Simon Rundell on Nov 8, 2001
    based on 128 ratings
     | 3,291 views

    Remembering those who have died in past wars on November 11th, preaching peace, recognising that Heaven is nothing like earth through jokes

    Sermon: 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time – Remembrance Sunday Text: Luke 20:27-38 In the name of the +Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. They had been married for over 30 years. Thirty years of devoted, loving, blessed life together – in fact, a fine example of what Christian ...read more

  • Remembrance Sunday, The Poppy, The Hope And The Love.

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Nov 12, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,792 views

    We will remember them, those who gave their lives. We also remember our Lord who also gave his life not only for his friends but his enemies also. Where then is God?

    This sermon was delivered to Holy Trinity in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 12th November 2017 (a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries). John 15:12-17 John 3:15-17 Psalm 19:14: Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of our hearts, be acceptable in ...read more

  • Lest We Forget!

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 8, 2001
    based on 64 ratings
     | 1,537 views

    Sermon for Remembrance Sunday 2001

    Remembrance Sunday John 15:9-17 I am not old enough to remember the Second World War – I was born ten years after it ended. But my father and my Uncle Don were involved in the war. Story: Dad served in the North African campaign and was at Alamein. He also served in the Italian ...read more

  • We Remember Them

    Contributed by Michael B. Perrott on Nov 1, 2008
     | 1,207 views

    A sermon for Remembrance Sunday (UK); Veteran’s Day (US)

    John 15:1-15 We Remember Them The verses we’ve heard from John’s Gospel this morning are part of what we know as the ‘Farewell’ discourse of Jesus, as he speaks to the closest of his friends about his impending departure from them. Jesus, as he speaks to his friends, seeks to offer them ...read more

  • Remembrance And Holy Communion

    Contributed by Michael Hopkins on Nov 11, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,228 views

    A sermon linking themes of Remembrance Sunday and Holy Communion - an uncommon combination in English Free churches

    This evening is something rather unusual in our church. Very rarely has our calendar so fallen that we celebrate Holy Communion on Remembrance Sunday. At first sight it seems very odd to mix something so religious, Holy Communion, with something with so many secular overtones, Remembrance Sunday. ...read more

  • Remembrance Day Poppy

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Nov 4, 2006
    based on 60 ratings
     | 12,328 views

    The Poppy used on Remembrance Sunday is a symbol of sacrifice by brave men and women in warfare but the Christian Church also has a symbol of sacrifice in the Cross of Jesus

    What is so special about a poppy on Remembrance Day? Why not use a pansy? Scarlet poppies grow naturally in conditions of disturbed earth throughout Western Europe. The destruction brought by the Napoleonic wars of the early 19th Century, transformed bare land into fields of blood red poppies, ...read more

  • Your Life Is Hidden

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Dec 31, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,207 views

    For Remembrance Sunday, commemorating members who have died the previous year. All want significance; some try to be remembered with material things, some with reputation. But the only lasting memory is to be hidden in Christ.

    My father-in-law had an irritating habit of trying to identify and pigeonhole people. If you mentioned to him the name of someone he didn’t know, he would invariably ask, "Who is he?" "Who is he?" The question, "Who is he?", I soon learned, really meant, "Where did he come from, who are his ...read more

  • On That Great Gettin' Up Morning

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 26, 2009
     | 3,856 views

    For Remembrance Sunday: getting past grief means crying out honestly and insistently for help, and it means having confidence in the God who raised Christ from the dead and thus defeated death itself.

    The hymns we have sung and the Scriptures we have read have one important word that is common to all of them. That word is "morning". "Morning", as in "good morning". "Morning" is an important Biblical image. I am leading us to worship around the symbol of morning today because I want us to use ...read more

  • Pressing On Or Just Pressed

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 4, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,076 views

    Remembrance Sunday: living out of others’ expectations for us just makes us feel pressed. Relief from grief comes when you pursue what you know God wants for you.

    One place I am quite sure I can stay away from is the National Museum of Beverage Cans. No matter how many times I may travel to and through Nashville, Tennessee, whether it be on Baptist business or as an accidental tourist, I feel quite certain that I can avoid even so much as a swift glance ...read more

  • The Stone, The Stink, And The Glory Of God

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Sep 16, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,194 views

    Remembrance Sunday, 1989: For us to see the glory of God in the face of death means that we have to move some obstacles and we have to live into the bitterness of what might have been; but then the great "Come Forth" can be heard.

    At Easter it was not hard to think and to sing of the glory of God, was it? Not hard at all to imagine that God’s in His heaven, all’s right with the world. Triumphant music played, pronouncements came forth about victory and power and honor to our God. It was not hard at Easter to dwell on the ...read more