Monthly Archives: March 2018

Palm Sunday: Behold, Your King (Zechariah 9:9)

sermon-3-25-18.mp3 The Magi came from the east in search of a king.  “Where is he who has been born king of the Jews?” they asked.  They knocking on the door of the royal palace, because where else would you look for a king?  But He wasn’t there. The star in the sky that they had […]

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Lent 5: Vindicated (Psalm 43:1)

sermon-3-18-18.mp3 Today, we come to the fifth Sunday in the season of Lent – which, if you like things neatly counted out and ordered is a fine thing to call it  – but it’s not nearly as interesting as “Judica Sunday,” which the church has called this week for a whole lot longer.  “Judica” is […]

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Lent 4: The Serpent on the Pole (Numbers 21:4-9 / John 3:14-21)

sermon-3-11-18.mp3 Anyone who has had to live out of a suitcase for more than a couple of days knows how fast it gets old.  Traveling is exciting, but after a while, you’d gladly trade the nice hotels and restaurant food for your own bed and a home cooked meal.  Nothing beats home sweet home. Likewise, […]

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Lent 3: Jesus Cleans The Temple (Exodus 20:1-7 / John 2:13-22)

sermon-3-4-18.mp3 “The Passover of the Jews was at hand and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.  In the temple, he found those who were selling oxen and sheep and pigeons, and the money-changers sitting there.” When Jesus went to the Temple, John says, He ‘found’ it to be a real mess. I’m not sure this is […]

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