Sermon Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve

His name is Jesus, for He saves His people from their sins. Merry Christmas!What a blessed time of year. While we honor family and cultural traditions at home, we most importantly get to celebrate the gift of Jesus. The gift of Jesus is truly His forgiveness. As we’ve learned before, our English translation is a …

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Sermon The Authority of Forgive Sins

The Authority of Forgive Sins

Forgiveness is a very nuanced concept. The normal way we tend to use it in our day-to-day speech is to overlook some offense — this time. It is similar to a pardon in the sense that you’re still guilty, you are just not enduring the consequences of your offense. As we’ve learned previously, the Greek …

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Sermon The Final Judgment

The Final Judgment

“Come, Lord Jesus, come” With faith in our Lord, we do not fear the Last Day. Rather, we pray for it to come. Why? Pastors sums it up nicely in this sermon as he covers the difference between “inherit” and “depart”. On the Last Day, we receive our inheritance. Not an earthly one of riches. …

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Sermon Forgive one another as the Lord forgives us

Forgive one another as the Lord forgives us

First, apologies for no audio recording this week. There was an unknown error and the recording device failed. However, Pastor Jenson’s sermon served as a beautiful reminder of God’s love for us, His unconditional forgiveness of our sins and how we can show each other love with forgiveness. Today’s Gospel reading (see below) is when …

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