↓ 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,…
4th Sunday of Easter, 1 Samuel 17:34-37
Jesus came so that His perfect life has become your perfect life, his innocent death has become the payment for all your sins, and his resurrection is your guarantee of eternal life. And knowing that is who your God is and who your Good Shepherd is gives true courage.
2nd Sunday in Lent, John 4:4-26
Jesus says, “I give you living water, my forgiveness, my grace, my peace, my acceptance so that no matter what happens in life, no matter what you face in life, no matter what junk or garbage gets thrown on your life, the joy you have in me and my living water will keep on bubbling through no matter what.” That’s real thirst-quenching grace!
2nd Sunday after Epiphany, Acts 13:38-49
God takes away my heart of stone and gives me a heart of flesh, a heart of compassion, love, concern, for each and every lost soul and the desire to take Jesus’ salvation to the ends of the earth.
1st Sunday after Christmas, Galatians 4:4-7
That’s what Christmas is about. When the time had fully come God sent His Son so that you might be His son, His child, His heir forever. Live as God’s child.
23rd Sunday after Pentecost, Ephesians 2:1-9
For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God – Ephesians 2:8
20th Sunday after Pentecost, 1 Chronicles 29:1-2, 10-18
We forget that everything we have is by grace. And what happens? When I do that I serve God conditionally and treat Him like my bank account.
Pentecost Sunday 2016, Genesis 11:1-9
Babel is reversed by the Gospel! In Christ you have all the sustenance, security, and status you need for all eternity.