Mark 12: 1-17 Jesus tells a parable about God's relentless love and answers a test question
Tornadoes, Covid-19, and God's foolishness along The Way
1 Corinthians 1: 18-25 - Foolishness
John 2: 13-25 - Jesus in the Temple/is the Temple
Mark 10: 32-52 - Jesus foretells of his suffering, death, and resurrection for the third time, James and John want prestige and power, Blind Bartimaeus wants to see with his eyes.
Following the Tornado that devastated so much around us, we gathered for worship on Wednesday night in Lent.
Mark 8: 31-38
Mark 10: 17-31
Mark 8: 27 - 9: 8
In The Passion prediction and Transfiguration, we see Jesus' action plan. By seeing Jesus' plan, we see the very heart of God and are invited to take on that same way of living.
Mark 7: 1-23 - Jesus and his disciples get called out for not washing their hands before they eat.
Mark 6: 1-29: Jesus rejected, Jesus sends out the twelve, Herod killed John the Baptist
Mark 5: 21-43 Jesus heals two daughters, one richer and one poorer, one privileged and one common, one grown adult and one pre-teen.
Mark 5: 1-22
Jesus moves beyond the borders and walls we create to set people free, and it's not a new thing for God.
Mark 4: 1-22 - Jesus teaches in parables to reveal the character of God, the nature of God, the very heart of God. That revealing then challenges how we live in the world.
Mark 2: 1-22 - Jesus forgives/heals a paralytic, calls a tax collector to become a follower and eats with him and his tax collecting friends, and …
Mark 2: 1-22 - Jesus reveals his authority and compassion and is indignant at our lack of compassion
Luke 1: 5-17
Luke 1: 67-80
Luke 1: 26-56
We had our Choir Cantata on Sunday morning, so this is an Extra in the Thrill of Hope series, the sermon from Saturday night, Decebmer 14, 2019.
Isaiah 40: 1-11
Mark 1: 1-4
Jeremiah 33: 14-18 - A righteous branch...
Mark 8:27-29 - You are the Christ.
Christ the King
Luke 1: 28-33, 38
Luke 23: 38-43
Jeremiah 31: 27-34 "A New Covenant" (The terms of the relationship)
Luke 22: 14-20 "A New Covenant" (The terms for reforming the relationship)
and THE Ohio State University
Luke 3: 7-18 - John the Baptist calls/warns us to live differently
Ephesians 4: 1-3 - Paul encourages us to live worthy after experiencing God's grace
Isaiah 1: 10-18 - The prophet calls out God's people on their hypocrisy
Mark 10:35-45 - The greatest will be servants
Guest Preacher - Rev. Michael Jannett, Assistant to the Bishop for Formation and Communication of the Southeastern Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (try to fit that on a business card)
2 Kings 22: …
2 Samuel 5: 1-5, 6: 1-5, 15 - David becomes King of the Northern and Southern Kingdoms and moved the Ark to Jerusalem.
Mark 11: 8-11a - Jesus enter Jerusalem
Deuteronomy 5: 1-21, 6: 4-9
Mark 12: 28-31
Exodus 1: 8-14, 2: 23 - 3: 15
Genesis 18: 1-15, and Genesis 21: 1-7
Part one of a four part series on names in the bible, what they mean, and why they matter. This first sermon is on Adam, aka, Dirt Man
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