Monthly Archives: November 2019

Last Sunday of the Church Year: “Father, Forgive Them” (Luke 23:27-43)

Audio: sermon-11-24-19.mp3 YouTube: https://youtu.be/FZIxjwPBNiE I have counted 21 Sundays now that we have been following our Lord ever since we heard that He “set His face to go to Jerusalem.” And today, on this “Last Sunday of the Church Year” we come to the end of the journey to Jerusalem. From here, the journey continues from […]

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Pentecost 23: “Your Redemption Is Drawing Near” (Luke 21:5-28)

Audio: sermon-11-17-19.mp3 YouTube: https://youtu.be/sFdv3fg3ko0 Today’s gospel reading is full of what any reasonable person would certainly call ‘bad news.’  It starts off with the bad news about the Temple in Jerusalem – as noble and impressive as the building is, it’s going to be destroyed. And then it goes on to say that before that happens […]

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Pentecost 22: “Eternal Life” (Luke 20:27-40)

Audio: sermon-11-10-19.mp3 YouTube: https://youtu.be/MeD7BRKW5QE It was all the way back in July that we got the Word that Jesus “set His face to go to Jerusalem,” and we set our face to follow Him. We took a two week, side trip to visit the Reformation and commemorate All Saints. But now we’re back on the road […]

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All Saints: “The Church Victorious” (Revelation 7:9-17)

Audio: sermon-11-3-19.mp3 YouTube: https://youtu.be/ToM5WBTz9-4 The Festival of All Saints is really the most comprehensive of all of the Festival days on the church’s calendar.  It’s the celebration of Easter and the resurrection of those who have not only died with Christ but who have also been raised with Him and are with Him where He sits at […]

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