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  • Reflections On The Lord's Supper From Luther's Small Catechism

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Apr 7, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    What a marvelous inheritance Jesus has left us in the Lord's Supper, his last will and testament! Let's reflect on it as guided by Jesus' words which Martin Luther used in the Small Catechism.

    Text: Selected Text Theme: Reflections on the Lord's Supper from Luther's Small Catechism The Setting for the Supper Part One: What is the Sacrament of Holy Communion? Part Two: What blessings do we receive through this eating and drinking? Part Three: How can eating and drinking do more

  • Money - What Is It Good For?

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Sep 23, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    We are so far from Biblical stewardship. We need a course correction.

    -You probably remember the old song, “War: What is it good for?” by Edwin Starr -Kind of a rallying cry of the early 1970’s -Today, our rallying cry sometimes is “Money: What is it good for? -We see all sorts of people who get messed up by money -I don’t mean people who want more and try to more

  • Thy Will Be Done On Earth As It Is In Heaven Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 15, 2005
    based on 24 ratings

    If God’s will is to be accomplished on earth, it will be through God’s people.

    Matthew 6:9-15, 13:31-35 INTRODUCTION Stories abound about modern geographical ignorance. Given a map, a majority of people could not accurately locate the Grand Canyon, New York City, or the state of Washington. In a recent poll of Britons, 67% do not know when WWII ended, 64% do not know more

  • Office Of The Keys

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Sep 3, 2002
    based on 37 ratings

    A sermon for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost Proper 18 A sermon about forgiveness, and Jesus presence with us

    16th Sunday Pentecost Proper 18 Matthew 18:15-20 "The Office of the Keys!" 15* ¶ "If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother. 16* But if he does not listen, take one or two others along with you, more

  • 4th Sunday In Lent, Year B

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Mar 23, 2003
    based on 46 ratings

    One of the most siginificant paradoxes of our faith is that we’re saved by God’s grace alone; yet God created us for good works.

    Sermon for 4 Lent Yr B, 30/03/2003 Based on Eph 2:10; Jn 3:21 Grace Lutheran Church, Medicine Hat, Alberta By Pastor Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson Now a certain man died and arrived at the pearly gates. St. Peter said: "You need one thousand points to get in. How many do you have?" "I don’t know," more

  • Preaching, Faith, & Confessing Christ Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Feb 20, 2004
    based on 40 ratings

    A sermon emphasising the integral connection between preaching, faith, and confessing Christ.

    Sermon for 1st Sunday In Lent Yr C 29/02/2004 Based on Rom 10:8b-13 By Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson, Pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, & Chaplain of the Good Samaritan Society’s South Ridge Village, Medicine Hat, Alberta We have all, at one time or another, probably heard or even spoken more

  • Our Father Who Art In Heaven Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 15, 2005
    based on 28 ratings

    The first petition of the Lord’s Prayer encourages us to enter into God’s presence with the boldness of children approaching their loving parents. It also reminds us that our lives are instruments of God’s holiness.

    Psalm 19 “Our Father Who Art In Heaven, Hallowed Be Thy Name” INTRODUCTION Prayer is one of the most common experiences of humankind—at least in the United States. Almost everyone (98%) says they believe in a divine being, but only half of the people say that they worship on a regular more

  • Sum Of All Fears

    Contributed by Carla Powell on Jul 20, 2002
    based on 57 ratings

    Looks at fear and why we shouldn’t be afraid. Tom Clancy’s movie is used as the title, and little else.

    Just a few weeks ago, the movie "The Sum of All Fears" was released. This movie plays on the fear of international hostility, and allows our favorite Tom Clancy character Jack Ryan to save the day once again. The movie title though, seems to hit on a very timely topic these days: fear. Even though more

  • Prayer

    Contributed by Gary Taber on Jul 24, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus teaches us how to pray. Prayer is important and is of High priority.

    Luke 11: 1-13 Prayer Opening Prayer, May the words of my mouth and the meditation of all our hearts are pleasing in your sight, O LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer. Amen. This morning’s Gospel is on prayer. How would you define prayer? The dictionary defines prayer as a reverent more

  • A Spirit Filled Confession Of Faith

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on May 31, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    A sermon for the festival of Pentecost, Series B. Preached 5/31/2009 @ Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Audubon, Iowa. It was also Confirmation Sunday at Our Saviour’s.

    This morning we have two very important things going on as a part of our worship service. The most obvious is that today is Confirmation Sunday. For the last two years, Jake, Samantha, Ethan, Elizabeth, Emily, Miranda, and Lexie have gone through careful instruction with me in the basics of the more

  • Inheriting Vs. Earning Eternal Life

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Oct 18, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    A sermon for Pentecost 19B/Proper 23 preached on 10/11/2009 at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Audubon, Iowa. It answers the real question of the text: "What must I do to inherit eternal life."

    How many of you here this morning enjoy shopping? For a lot of us, shopping can be a wonderful experience, especially if you are shopping for stuff you like. When time and money are available for a shopping trip, we often look through the ads either in the newspaper or online to find the best more

  • Battle Your Heart To Keep Jesus First

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Aug 16, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    The battles in life make us long for peace, but peace at what price? Jesus prepares us for life’s battles with his promises. So battle on, dear Christian. Parts: A. Though bombarded by conflict and loss. B. Braced with God’s gracious promises.

    Text: Matthew 10:34-42 Theme: Battle Your Heart to Keep Jesus First A. Though bombarded by conflict and loss B. Braced with God’s gracious promises Season: Pentecost 6a Date: August 16, 2009 Web page: more

  • The Tongue's Power Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Sep 6, 2003
    based on 47 ratings

    A sermon on the power of the tongue.

    Sermon for 14 Pent Yr B, 14/09/2003 Based on James 3:1-12 Grace Lutheran Church, Medicine Hat, Alberta By Pastor Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson One day a woman went to Francis of Assisi and confessed that she had been guilty of malicious gossip. She asked him what she could do to be forgiven. more

  • Be At Peace, The Lord Is At Hand Series

    Contributed by Dustin T Parker on Dec 26, 2006

    leading into advent

    † In Jesus Name † May Grace, mercy and peace be yours, true gifts from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ. The signs of Christmas are upon us! You see it as life begins to slow down, at least the traffic, as you approach a mall, or a target or a walmart. It also slows down as you more

  • Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 15, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    God will give us our daily bread without our prayers, but we pray in this petition that we will receive these gifts from God with thanksgiving.

    Matthew 6: 9-15, 25-34 “Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread” INTRODUCTION We often talk about the red-letter questions that we are going to ask God when we see God face to face. Most of us have quite an extensive list, and I must confess that I have my own list. Having grown up with an more