Sermon The New Birth – Trinity Sunday

The New Birth – Trinity Sunday

*Please note this is a Matins service. Andrew & Elizabeth, who record and post the services, are on vacation. In their absence, here is the Trinity Sunday service from 2020.* Trinity Sunday is when we confess a mystery. Not a mystery in the sense of “whodunnit”. Rather, a mystery that the human mind is unable …

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Sermon Spirit of Truth

Spirit of Truth

If you’re familiar with the Lutheran hymnal, the section for Pentecost has the word “Come” in almost every hymn title. Why do we repeatedly ask the Holy Spirit to come? It is because He is the bearer of Truth along with being our Helper, Intercessor and Consoler. This important role reveals the mercies of God …

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Sermon The Foolishness of God

The Foolishness of God

Labeling someone as foolish is usually a pretty harsh condemnation of their behavior. And in some cases, it is behavior that should not be replicated. However, the Lord in His wisdom challenges the worldly belief system knowing that those who profess belief are mocked, ridiculed and called “foolish”. The Lord’s ways are not the ways …

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Sermon That We May Obtain This Faith

That We May Obtain This Faith

“Let me help you.” “No, I want to do it.” From an early age, each of us wants to be independent. We want to rely on our own strength, intellect and will. We want to do it ourselves. God gave us the Law, so that we might know what we must do. It is clear, …

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Sermon The New Birth – Trinity Sunday

The New Birth – Trinity Sunday

  Trinity Sunday is when we confess a mystery. The human mind is unable to fathom the depths of God, beyond that we must just believe that it is so. When faced with another of our Christian mysteries, Nicodemus, even though he was a respected and educated man, had a difficult time accepting that which …

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Sermon Listen diligently, incline your ear and come to me

Listen diligently, incline your ear and come to me

Sermon Audio Recording – August 6, 2017 This week’s sermon focuses on Isaiah 55 and God’s desire for us to be spiritually wealthy. How do¬†we know this? God tells us in verse 3, “Incline your ear, and come to me; hear, that your soul may live”. The focus is on the riches of the heart …

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