↓ Download Service Folder 23rd Sunday after Pentecost Jeremiah 31:7-9 INTRO: I was on FB the other day and scrolling down, go figure, I saw a political post. I don’t even remember what it was about, but I did the thing that they say you’re not supposed to do, and I read the comments. Friends…
Maundy Thursday 2016, Jeremiah 31:31-34
In the new covenant God deals with us differently than in the old. Now God doesn’t have to beat you and tell you- now here are all the rules and laws you have to follow. Rather, God tells you what He’s done to save you and rescue you, so eternal life is yours.
Thanksgiving Day Sermonettes
Thank you, God! Thank you for gifting me in a unique way! Thank you for using me to either hold up my hands, or to help hold up someone else’s hands, or to be blessed by those hands being held up!
Because in the truth there is eternity. You stand on the truth. So on your deathbed, if someone should ask you, “Do you wish to die steadfastly in Jesus Christ?” You will answer, “Yes!” And you will go on living forever and ever.
17th Sunday after Pentecost
And even to us, if it comes to the point of having to give up our lives in order to remain faithful to our God, Jesus’ promise still applies, “Whoever loses his life for me and for the gospel will save it.”
6th Sunday after Epiphany
Can you live on the narrow path that leads to life? Can you go out and live as God’s child? Can you go out and spread God’s love? Absolutely, because God Himself says to you, “I WANT you!”