↓ Download Service Folder 22nd Sunday after Pentecost Isaiah 53:10-12 Intro: Martin Luther once said, “The citizenship and home of Christians is not in this world but in heaven. This is correctly taught, but not easily learned; rightly preached, but not so soon believed; well said but poorly practiced. Were we to confess the truth,…
↓ Download Service Folder 17th Sunday after Pentecost Isaiah 50:4-10 Introduction: None of us can read anyone else’s mind, we can’t look into the heart of the person sitting next to us and see what is really going on there. That ability alone belongs to God – to discern the innermost thoughts, OUR most intimate…
3rd Sunday of Advent, Isaiah 61:1-3, 10-1
In Jesus you have these precious gifts. Treasure them above all! Cherish them in your heart! And share them with all! Those are the best gifts you can give and receive at Christmas.
1st Sunday after Epiphany, Isaiah 42:1-7
God has anointed you, too, to be His servant to share the good news peace and justice in Jesus to a broken and sinful world.
New Year’s Eve Sermonettes
And so perhaps we can summarize God’s resolutions for us by focusing on this truth – God has (and will) love you forever!
5th Sunday in Lent, Isaiah 43:16-25
May God’s goodness in Jesus lead you to praise Him in prayer and song and praise Him to others.
1st Sunday after Epiphany, Isaiah 60:1-6
Is your life proclaiming the praises of the Lord? Or are you still searching for some fake glory, some outward glory, some earthly glory that will ultimately fail you?
6th Sunday after Pentacost, Isaiah 46:5-13
This weekend we celebrate our freedoms and express our gratitude to those who won those freedoms. But infinitely more importantly we celebrate the one and only true God, the God who reveals His heart to us in the Bible, the God who is the ultimate love, the one true God who has freed us from the curse of sin, slavery to sin, the guilt of our past sins, the tyranny of Satan, and given us freedom to serve and worship Him with thankful hearts.