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Trinity 14—“A Means to an End”
Trinity 14—“A Means to an End”
17:08
September 22, 2019
Trinity 13—“Everybody Else”
Introit: Ps. 74:1-2, 19b, 21b; antiphon: Ps. 74:20a, 21a, 22a, 23a Gradual: Ps. 77:14-15 Old Testament: 2 Chron. 28:8-15 Psalm 32 (antiphon: v. 2) Epistle: Gal. 3:15-22 ProperVerse: Ps. 88:1 Gospel: Luke 10:23-37 Jesus Is Our Good Samaritan The Law cannot help us or give us life. Rather, it confines everyone under sin as wounded and naked before God (Gal. 3:15_22). So it is that two figures of the Law, the priest and the Levite, passed by the injured man on the side of the road (Luke 10:23_37). Only the promised Seed of Abraham can rescue us and make us righteous before God. Only the Samaritan, our Lord Jesus, had compassion, as did the Samaritans of old (2 Chronicles 28:8_15). He came down to us in our lost and dying condition, pouring on the oil and wine of the Sacraments. He placed us on His own animal, bearing our sin and brokenness in His body on the cross to restore us. Jesus brought us to the inn, that is, the Church, and gave the innkeeper two denarii, that His double forgiveness might continue to be ministered to us. In this way the Lord, by whose Law we are torn and stricken, heals us and revives us by His Gospel and raises us up with Himself.
18:54
September 15, 2019
Trinity 12—“Closed Ears”
Introit: Ps. 70:2b, 4a, 5b; antiphon: Ps. 70:1-2a Gradual: Ps. 34:1-2 Old Testament: Is. 29:17-24 Psalm 146 (antiphon: v. 8) Epistle: 2 Cor. 3:4-11       or Rom. 10:9-16 ProperVerse: Ps. 81:1 Gospel: Mark 7:31-37 Faith Comes from Hearing A man who was deaf and therefore also had an impediment in his speech was brought to Jesus (Mark 7:31_37). In the same way, all are by nature deaf toward God and therefore also unable to confess the faith rightly. For "faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ" (Rom. 10:9_17). Jesus put His fingers into the man's ears, and He spat and touched His tongue. Even so in Holy Baptism, water sanctified by the words of Jesus' mouth is applied to us; and the finger of God, that is, the life_giving Holy Spirit (2 Cor. 3:4_11) is put into our ears in the hearing of the baptismal Gospel. Jesus' sighing "Ephphatha" opened the man's ears, and his tongue was loosed to speak plainly as Isaiah prophesied of the Messiah, "In that day the deaf shall hear the words of a book" (Is. 29:18_24) So also, He who sighed and breathed His last on the cross for us has given us to hear and believe in Him and has opened our lips that our mouths may declare His praise.
18:06
September 8, 2019
Trinity 11—“The Bear, the Disease, and the Pharisee.”
Introit: Ps. 68:1, 3, 7a, 10b, 19; antiphon: Ps. 68:5b, 6a, 35b Gradual: Ps. 28:7b, 1a, 2a Old Testament: Gen. 4:1-15 Psalm 50:7-23 (antiphon: v. 14) Epistle: Eph. 2:1-10       or 1 Cor. 15:1-10 ProperVerse: Ps. 90:1 Gospel: Luke 18:9-14 The Lord Lifts Up the Lowly "And the Lord had regard for Abel and his offering, but for Cain and his offering he had no regard" (Gen. 4:1_15). For unlike Abel, Cain's offering did not proceed from a heart that revered and trusted in the Lord. Thus, the lowly tax collector who prayed, "God, be merciful to me, a sinner!" was the one who went down to his house justified before God, not the respectable, outwardly righteous Pharisee who trusted in himself and his own good living (Luke 18:9_14). "For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast" (Eph. 2:1_10). The one who penitently despairs of his own righteousness and relies completely on the atoning mercy of God in Christ is the one who is declared righteous. For Christ died for our sins and rose again the third day (1 Cor. 15:1_10). Therefore, "everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, but the one who humbles himself will be exalted."
16:20
September 1, 2019
Trinity 10—“The Saddest Sunday”
Introit: Ps. 55:1, 4-5, 16; antiphon: Ps. 55:16a, 17b, 18a, 22a Gradual: Ps. 17:8, 2 Old Testament: Jer. 8:4-12       or Jer. 7:1-11 Psalm 92 (antiphon: v. 4) Epistle: Rom. 9:30-10:4       or 1 Cor. 12:1-11 ProperVerse: Ps. 88:1 Gospel: Luke 19:41-48 Jesus Weeps for Jerusalem Our Lord wept over Jerusalem for the destruction that would soon come upon her. For she did not recognize the time of God's visitation in Christ, who had come to bring her peace (Luke 19:41_48). Through His prophets God had consistently called His people to turn from their deceit and false worship. "But My people do not know the judgments of the Lord" (Jer. 8:4_12). They sought to establish their own righteousness rather than receive Christ's righteousness through faith (Rom. 9:30_10:4). So it was that God was in His temple to cleanse it, a precursor to the once-for-all cleansing from sin which He would accomplish in the temple of His own body on the cross. God grant us to know the things that make for our peace„His visitation in the Word and Sacraments„that by the Holy Spirit we may penitently confess "Jesus is Lord" (1 Cor. 12:1_11).
18:30
August 25, 2019
Trinity 9—“Money”
Introit: Ps. 54:1-3, 7; antiphon: Ps. 54:4-5 Gradual: Ps. 8:1 Old Testament: 2 Sam. 22:26-34 Psalm 51:1-12 (antiphon: v. 18) Epistle: 1 Cor. 10:6-13 ProperVerse: Ps. 112:1 Gospel: Luke 16:1-9 (10-13) The Steward's Shrewdness Sanctified "The master commended the dishonest manager for his shrewdness" (Luke 16:1_9). The steward's shrewdness is praiseworthy for two reasons. First, he knew the master would be merciful. He trusted that the master would honor the debts he forgave in the master's name. In the same way, though we have squandered our heavenly Father's possessions in selfishness and sin, Jesus is the Steward who has canceled our debt, knowing that His forgiveness will be honored by the Father because of the holy cross. Secondly, the steward was shrewd in using oil and wheat to provide for his earthly welfare. So also do these earthly elements aid us when pressed into heavenly use in the anointing of baptism and the wheat of the Lord's Supper. Those who have the Sacraments will have an eternal home when their earthly home fails. These provide us aid in times of temptation (1 Cor. 10:6_13). For the Lord is our strength and a shield to all who trust in Him (2 Sam. 22:26_34).
16:44
August 18, 2019
Trinity 8—“The Worst Thing”
Introit: Ps. 48:1, 3, 11, 14; antiphon: Ps. 48:9-10 Gradual: Ps. 31:2b,1a Old Testament: Jer. 23:16-29 Psalm 26 (antiphon: v. 12) NT or Ep: Acts 20:27-38       or Rom. 8:12-17 ProperVerse: Ps. 78:1 Gospel: Matt. 7:15-23 Beware of False Prophets "Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves" (Matt. 7:15). Deceit has its strength in masquerading as the truth. False prophets speak a vision of their own heart, not from the mouth of the Lord (Jer. 23:16_29). They deny the judgment of the Lord, speaking peace to the unrepentant, when in truth there is condemnation and wrath. "You will recognize them by their fruits" (Matt. 7:20). The "fruits" of a true prophet are not outward righteousness or success but faithfulness in proclaiming the Word of the Lord. This is the will of the Father in heaven, that pastors take heed to the flock, the Father's adopted ones (Rom. 8:12_17), warning them against the wolves and their lies, and shepherding the Church of God which He purchased with His own blood (Acts 20:27_38). For indeed, the cross is that good tree bearing good fruit„namely, the body and blood of Christ, given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sins.
19:04
August 11, 2019
Trinity 7—“What God Cares For”
Introit: Ps. 47:3, 6-8; antiphon: Ps. 47:1-2 Gradual: Ps. 34:11, 5 Old Testament: Gen. 2:7-17 Psalm 33:1-11 (antiphon: v. 6) Epistle: Rom. 6:19-23 ProperVerse: Ps. 47:1 Gospel: Mark 8:1-9 Jesus Restores Paradise and Feeds Us Freely In the Garden of Eden, our first parents received food freely from the gracious hand of God, apart from any burdensome work (Gen 2:7_17). But after the fall, food would be received only through toil and labor. The curse declared, "By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread, till you return to the ground . . ." (Gen. 3:19). In other words, "The wages of sin is death" (Rom. 6:23). But into this wilderness world came Jesus the Messiah to restore creation. Having compassion on the weary multitudes, He renewed the bounty of Eden on the third day, freely granting an abundance of bread to the 4,000 (Mark 8:1_9). So also our Lord Jesus, having endured the burden of our sin, was raised on the third day to bring us back to Paradise. He now miraculously turns the bread of death into the Bread of Life in the Sacrament, giving you His very body and blood for your forgiveness. For "the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord" (Rom. 6:23).
18:00
August 4, 2019
Trinity 6—“Fake Humility”
Introit: Ps. 28:1-2, 7; antiphon: Ps. 28:8-9 Gradual: Ps. 90:13, 1, 2b Old Testament: Ex. 20:1-17 Psalm 19 (antiphon: v. 8) Epistle: Rom. 6:(1-2) 3-11 ProperVerse: Ps. 31:1 Gospel: Matt. 5:(17-19) 20-26 Our Only Hope Is in Christ's Righteousness  "Unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven" (Matt 5:20). God demands nothing less than perfection and holiness from you in regard to His commandments (Ex. 20:1_17). Your only hope, then, is not in your own goodness but in the goodness of Christ, who did not come to destroy the Law and the Prophets, but to fulfill them for you. In Christ, your righteousness does indeed exceed that of the scribes and Pharisees. For you have been baptized into Christ's death and your sinful nature crucified. Therefore, he who has died has been freed from sin (Rom. 6:1_11). You are now raised with Christ to walk in newness of life and to share in His resurrection on the Last Day. Christ has brought you through the baptismal sea "out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery" (Ex. 20:2). Therefore, "consider yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus" (Rom. 6:11).
17:45
July 28, 2019
Trinity 5—“Fisher of Men”
Introit: Ps. 27:1a, 11-12, 14; Ps. 27:7, 9 Gradual: Ps. 84:9, 8 Old Testament: 1 Kings 19:11-21 Psalm 16 (antiphon, v. 11) Epistle: 1 Cor. 1:18-25       or 1 Peter 3:8-15 ProperVerse: Ps. 21:1 Gospel: Luke 5:1-11 Jesus Makes Fishers of Men The Lord called fishermen to be fishers of men (Luke 5:1_11). The net they would use is the message of the cross, which is foolishness and a stumbling block to the world (1 Cor. 1:18_25). The power of God to save is not in spectacular signs like wind and fire and earthquakes (1 Kings 19:11_21), nor is it to be found in human intelligence and wisdom. The power of God to save comes in the still, small voice of the preaching of Christ crucified. In worldly darkness the disciples could catch nothing. But in the light of Christ, whose Word was attached to the water, the boats were filled with fish. So it is that in Baptism you have been drawn in to the ship of the Church. Though the nets are breaking and some who hear the Word do not believe, pastors continue to cast the net of the Gospel and the Sacraments, that Christians may abide in the boat of the Church and that we may be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks a reason for the hope that is in us (1 Peter 3:8_15).
18:39
July 21, 2019
Trinity 3—“If You Were God”
Introit: Ps. 25:1-2a, 5b, 15, 20; antiphon: Ps. 25:16, 18\nGradual: Ps. 55:22a, 16, 18a Old Testament: Micah 7:18-20 Psalm 103:1-13 (antiphon: v. 8) Epistle: 1 Tim. 1:12-17       or 1 Peter 5:6-11\nProperVerse: Ps. 18:1-2a Gospel: Luke 15:1-10       or Luke 15:11-32\n Jesus Receives Sinners "This man receives sinners and eats with them" (Luke 15:2). The Pharisees' statement of judgment against Jesus is in fact a proclamation of Gospel truth. For our God is one who delights in mercy, who casts all our sins into the depths of the sea through the cross (Micah 7:18_20). "Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners" (1 Tim. 1:15). Those who refuse to be counted as sinners also refuse Jesus who came only for sinners. Those like the older son (Luke 15:11_32), who think they are righteous of themselves, will not join in the heavenly celebration over the sinner who repents and so remain outside of the Father's house. Let us therefore be on guard against self_righteously trusting in our own merits. "Humble yourselves, therefore, under the mighty hand of God so that at the proper time He may exalt you" (1 Peter 5:6). Rejoice that Jesus receives sinners like us and that He still sits at table with us in the Holy Supper, bestowing His forgiveness and life.
18:00
July 7, 2019
Trinity 2—“The Reason Behind The Excuse”
Introit: Ps. 18:1-2a, 27, 30a, 49; antiphon: Ps. 18:18-19\nGradual: Ps. 120:1-2 Old Testament: Prov. 9:1-10  Psalm 34:12-22 (antiphon: v. 11) Epistle: Eph. 2:13-22        or 1 John 3:13-18 ProperVerse: Ps. 7:17 Gospel: Luke 14:15-24 The Gospel Call Goes Out to All\nWisdom has issued an invitation to the divine feast: "Come, eat of my bread and drink of the wine I have mixed. Leave your simple ways, and live, and walk in the way of insight" (Prov. 9:5_6). This is the call of the Spirit of Christ to believe the Gospel and to receive His saving gifts in the Holy Supper. Many make excuses and reject this invitation, even as the Jews did in the days of Jesus, yet the Master's house will be filled. The Gospel call therefore goes out to the lowly and despised, into the highways, even to all the Gentiles (Luke 14:15_24). For "you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ" (Eph. 2:13_22). In Christ, believing Jews and Gentiles are no longer strangers but fellow members of the household of God. The enmity of class and race is put to death through the cross. Having been reconciled in the one Body of Christ, we are enabled to love one another (1 John 3:13_18) as we await the marriage feast of the Lamb in His kingdom which will have no end.
18:18
June 30, 2019
Trinity 1—“Dead Faith”
Introit: Ps. 13:1-4; antiphon: Ps. 13:5-6 Gradual: Ps. 41:4, 1 Old Testament: Gen. 15:1-6 Psalm 33:12-22 (antiphon: v. 20) Epistle: 1 John 4:16-21 ProperVerse: Ps. 7:1 Gospel: Luke 16:19-31 Faith Trusts in Christ for Life Eternal When the beggar Lazarus died, he was carried by the angels to Abraham's bosom. For he was truly Abraham's seed. Like Abraham, he believed in the Lord, and the Lord "counted it to him as righteousness" (Gen. 15:6). The name Lazarus means "God is my help." The unnamed rich man, on the other hand, did not love and trust in God. For he evidently cared little for the beggar at his gate. And "he who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot love God whom he has not seen" (1 John 4:20). He who loved and trusted in possessions and prestige died and was in torments in Hades (Luke 16:19_31). Repentance and faith are worked only through Moses and the prophets„that is, the Word of God, for it points us to Christ. Only through His death and resurrection are we brought the comfort of life everlasting.
17:32
June 23, 2019
Holy Trinity 2019—“How Do You Stand Before God?”
Holy Trinity 2019—“How Do You Stand Before God?”
19:16
June 16, 2019
Pentecost 2019—(Rev. Andy Wright)
Pentecost 2019—Rev. Andy Wright
19:01
June 9, 2019
Easter 7: Exaudi—“You’re Not Welcome”
Easter 7: Exaudi—“You’re Not Welcome”
14:55
June 2, 2019
The Ascension of Our Lord 2019—“What the Angel Didn’t Say”
The Ascension of Our Lord 2019—“What the Angel Didn’t Say”
15:00
May 31, 2019
Easter 6: Rogate—“How Often Do You Pray?”
Easter 6: Rogate—“How Often Do You Pray?”
17:18
May 26, 2019
Easter 5: Cantate—“The Church God Goes To”
Easter 5: Cantate—“The Church God Goes To”
19:32
May 19, 2019
Easter 4: Jubilate—“Birthing Pains and Bearing Christ”
Easter 4: Jubilate—“Birthing Pains and Bearing Christ”
11:42
May 12, 2019
Easter 3: Misericordias Domini—“Again?”
Easter 3: Misericordias Domini—“Again?”
16:39
May 5, 2019
Easter 2019: The Resurrection of Our Lord—“Once For All”
Easter 2019: The Resurrection of Our Lord—“Once For All”
16:59
April 21, 2019
Easter Vigil 2019—“The Descent”
Easter Vigil 2019—“Christ’s Descent into Hell”
13:32
April 21, 2019
Good Friday 2019—“One More Sermon”
Good Friday 2019—“One More Sermon”
14:23
April 20, 2019
Maundy Thursday 2019—“Unexpected”
Maundy Thursday 2019—“Unexpected”
18:55
April 19, 2019
Palm Sunday 2019—“O Lord, How Shall I Meet You?”
Palm Sunday 2019—“O Lord, How Shall I Meet You?”
15:22
April 14, 2019
Midweek Lent 5—“The 8th, 9th, & 10th Commandments”
Midweek Lent 5—“The 8th, 9th, & 10th Commandments”
18:46
April 11, 2019
Lent 5: Judica—“Why Can’t They See It?”
Lent 5: Judica—“Why Can’t They See It?”
19:14
April 7, 2019
Midweek Lent 4—“The 6th & 7th Commandments”
Midweek Lent 4—“The 6th & 7th Commandments”
17:08
April 3, 2019
Lent 4: Laetare—“Too Little”
Lent 4: Laetare—“Too Little”
16:56
March 31, 2019
Midweek Lent 3—“The 4th & 5th Commandments”
Midweek Lent 3—“The 4th & 5th Commandments”
17:54
March 27, 2019
Lent 3: Oculi—“Meh.”
Lent 3: Oculi—“Meh.”
15:55
March 24, 2019
Midweek Lent 2—“The 2nd & 3rd Commandments”
Midweek Lent 2—“The 2nd & 3rd Commandments”
19:19
March 21, 2019
Lent 2: Reminscere—“Not Offended”
Lent 2: Reminscere—“Not Offended”
18:10
March 21, 2019
Midweek Lent 1—“The 1st Commandment”
Midweek Lent 1—“The First Commandment”
15:28
March 21, 2019
Lent 1: Invocabit—“The Greatest Temptation”
Lent 1: Invocabit—“The Greatest Temptation”
15:34
March 21, 2019
Ash Wednesday 2019—“God Resists The Proud”
Ash Wednesday 2019—“God Resists the Proud”
15:33
March 7, 2019
Quinquagesima—“I Don’t Understand”
Quinquagesima—“I Don’t Understand”
17:20
March 3, 2019
Sexagesima—(Rev. Andrew Preus)
Sexagesima—Rev. Andrew Preus
17:37
February 24, 2019
Septuagesima—“Unfair”
Septuagesima—“Unfair”
19:37
February 17, 2019
Transfiguration 2019—“Listen to Him”
Transfiguration 2019—“Listen to Him”
16:02
February 10, 2019
Epiphany 4—“Out of Control”
Epiphany 4—“Out of Control”
15:30
February 3, 2019
Epiphany 3—(Rev. David Warner)
Epiphany 3—Rev. David Warner (Missionary to Spain)
12:36
January 28, 2019
Epiphany 2—“No Wine, New Wine”
Epiphany 2—“No Wine, New Wine”
12:38
January 20, 2019
The Baptism of Our Lord 2019—“Backwards”
The Baptism of Our Lord 2019—“Backwards”
14:34
January 13, 2019
Epiphany 2019—“According To Plan”
Epiphany 2019—“According To Plan”
15:00
January 6, 2019
Christmas 1 & Holy Baptism—“Sons, not Slaves”
Christmas 1 & Holy Baptism—“Sons, not Slaves”
12:31
December 30, 2018
Christmas Day 2018—“Fullness of Time”
Christmas Day 2018—“Fullness of Time”
10:53
December 25, 2018
Christmas Eve 2018—“Nothing’s Changed”
Christmas Eve 2018—“Nothing’s Changed”
10:59
December 25, 2018
Advent 4—“Who are you?”
Advent 4—“Who are you?”
16:39
December 23, 2018
Midweek Advent 3—“#PrayForUs”
Midweek Advent 3—“#PrayForUs”
15:09
December 20, 2018
Advent 3—“Joy”
Advent 3: Gaudete Isaiah 40:1-10 1 Corinthians 4:1-5 Matthew 11:2-11
13:46
December 16, 2018
Advent Midweek 2—“I Have Faith...”
Midweek Advent 2 The Creeds
16:13
December 13, 2018
Advent 2—“The Last Day and Two Responses”
Advent 2—Populus Zion Malachi 4:1-6 Romans 15:4-13 Luke 21:25-36
17:14
December 9, 2018
Advent Midweek 1—“If...”
Midweek Advent 1 The Law & The 10 Commandments
12:04
December 6, 2018
Advent 1—“The Lord Needs Them”
Advent 1—Ad Te Levavi Jeremiah 23:5-8 Romans 13:8-14 Matthew 21:1-9
10:37
December 2, 2018
Trinity 26—“Mr. Rogers”
Trinity 26 Daniel 7:9-14 2 Peter 3:3-14 Matthew 25:31-46
21:57
November 18, 2018
Trinity 25—“Tough Words”
Trinity 25 Exodus 32:1-20 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 Matthew 24:15-28
18:50
November 11, 2018
All Saints’ Day 2018—“A Promise God Never Made”
All Saints' Day Revelation 7:2-17 1 John 3:1-3 Matthew 5:1-12
16:31
November 4, 2018
Reformation 2018—“The devil’s Voice”
Reformation Revelation 14:6-7 Romans 3:19-28 Matthew 11:12-19
17:49
October 28, 2018
Pentecost 22 (3 yr)—“Camels in Heaven” (Rev. Jared Hartman)
Rev. Jared Hartman of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Wisner, NE preaches on Mark 10, the reading for Pentecost 22 of the Three-Year Lectionary.
21:35
October 21, 2018
Trinity 20—“What Are You Wearing?”
Trinity 20 Isaiah 55:1-9 Ephesians 5:15-21 Matthew 22:1-14
18:51
October 14, 2018
Trinity 19 & Holy Baptism—“What God Can’t Do”
Trinity 19 Genesis 28:10-17 Ephesians 4:22-28 Matthew 9:1-8
16:50
October 7, 2018
Trinity 18—“Rules and Love”
Trinity 18 Deuteronomy 10:12-21 1 Corinthians 1:1-9 Matthew 22:34-46
17:10
September 30, 2018
Trinity 17—“The Law Isn’t For You”
Trinity 17 Proverbs 25:6-14 Ephesians 4:1-6 Luke 14:1-11
15:14
September 23, 2018
Trinity 16 & Holy Baptism—“Not Invited”
Trinity 16 1 Kings 17:17-24 Ephesians 3:13-21 Luke 7:11-17
14:27
September 16, 2018
Trinity 15—“Mammon’s Command”
Trinity 15
14:14
September 9, 2018
Trinity 14—“Turn Around”
16:59
September 2, 2018
Trinity 12—“Ugh.”
Trinity 12—Mark 7:31-37
16:30
August 19, 2018
Trinity 11—“Self-Righteousness”
Trinity 11—Luke 18:9-14
16:16
August 12, 2018
Trinity 9—“Copy the World”
Trinity 9—Luke 16:1-13
14:43
July 29, 2018
Trinity 8—“Beware”
Trinity 8—Matthew 7:15-23
18:47
July 22, 2018
Trinity 7—“By the Sweat of Your Brow”
Trinity 7—Mark 8:1-9
12:19
July 15, 2018
Trinity 6—“Not Good Enough”
Trinity 6—Matthew 5:17-26
19:52
July 8, 2018
Trinity 5—“The Empty Net”
Trinity 5—Luke 5:1-11
18:16
July 1, 2018
Trinity 4—“How To Judge”
Trinity 4—Luke 6:36-42
17:27
June 24, 2018
Trinity 3—"Three Lives, One Father"
Trinity 3—Luke 15:11-32
14:51
June 17, 2018
Trinity 2—"Excuse Me"
Trinity 2—Luke 14:15-24
17:25
June 10, 2018
Trinity 1—(Rev. Andy Wright)
Trinity 1—Luke 16:19-31 (Rev. Andy Wright)
15:17
June 3, 2018
Pentecost 2018—"Love = Keep"
Pentecost 2018—John 14:23-31
15:56
May 20, 2018
Mother's Day—"A Woman's Greatest Honor"
Mother's Day 2018—"A Woman's Greatest Honor"
14:18
May 14, 2018
Easter 7—"Don't Be Surprised"
Easter 7 (Exaudi)—John 15:26–16:4
16:40
May 13, 2018
Ascension 2018—"Gone"
Ascension 2018—Psalm 110
12:26
May 10, 2018
Easter 6—"Ask"
Easter 6 (Rogate)—John 16:23-33
13:27
May 6, 2018
Easter 5—"The School of the Holy Spirit"
Easter 5: Cantate—John 16:5-15
14:07
April 29, 2018
Easter 4—"A Little While"
Easter 4: Cantate—John 16:16-22
13:49
April 22, 2018
Funeral Sermon for Rita Beverly Fletcher—“A New Song”
Funeral Sermon for Rita Beverly Fletcher
13:27
April 21, 2018
Easter 3—"The Shepherd's Voice"
Easter 3: Misericordias Domini—John 10:11-16
16:09
April 15, 2018
Easter 2—"Satan's Plan B"
Easter 2: Quasimodo Geniti—John 20:19-31
17:26
April 8, 2018
Easter 2018—"Before you could see it"
The Resurrection of Our Lord—Mark 16:1-8
15:09
April 1, 2018
Holy Saturday 2018—"The devil's Party"
Holy Saturday—1 Peter 3:18-20
08:31
April 1, 2018
Good Friday 2018—"Becoming Sin"
Good Friday—2 Corinthians 5:21 & The 7th Petition
13:01
March 31, 2018
Maundy Thursday 2018—"Betraying God"
Maundy Thursday—John 13:1-17 & The 6th Petition
18:40
March 30, 2018
Palm Sunday 2018 & Baptism—"Your King comes to you"
Palm Sunday—Matthew 21:1-9
10:25
March 25, 2018
Midweek Lent 5—"Forgive us our trespasses..."
The 5th Petition of the Lord's Prayer
12:53
March 22, 2018
Lent 5—"When Jesus Argues"
Lent 5: Judica—John 8:42-59
14:05
March 18, 2018
Midweek Lent 4—"Give us this day our daily bread"
The Fourth Petition of the Lord's Prayer
11:17
March 15, 2018
Lent 4—"When God Tests Us"
Lent 4: Laetare—John 6:1-15
13:42
March 11, 2018
Midweek Lent 3—"Thy Will be done"
The Third Petition of the Lord's Prayer
12:35
March 8, 2018
Lent 3—"The devil's Revenge"
Lent 3: Oculi—Luke 11:14-28
13:35
March 7, 2018
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