Monthly Archives: December 2013

Slaughter of Innocents – Christmas 1

Readings: Galatians 2:4-7, Matthew 2:13-23 Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for our sins, to delver us from the present evil age, according to the will of our God … Continue reading

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Christmas Day – the Word is Flesh!

John’s Gospel is kind of perplexing. He doesn’t record the shepherds or the angels or the inn or even the manger. No swaddling clothes, not even the Virgin Mary. That’s what you heard last night and earlier this week from … Continue reading

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Should We Look for Another? – Advent 3

Readings: Is. 35:1-10, James 5:7-11,  Matt. 11:2-15  Watch and Listen to video here The man in prison is alone. His loneliness decreed by a king who would not be alone. The king wanted a woman he could not have. So the “voice … Continue reading

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Midweek Advent 2

Genesis 2:4-24; Luke 1:26-56 Dear saints awaiting the Advent of our Lord, grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. It all was so grand. Adam and Eve in paradise. We know it … Continue reading

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Advent 2: Isaiah 11, the Stump of Jesse

Readings: Isaiah 11:1-10, Matthew 3:1-12 Have you ever considered what is actually being said by Isaiah? It seems absurd. It all starts with the stump of Jesse. Consider what is a stump. It’s part of a dead tree. It’s been … Continue reading

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Well… I’ll be Back

I hadn’t realized that it had been an entire year since posting anything. Will be working to integrate this site and use this more once again. Stay tuned for sermons, thoughts, and other posts.

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