As Christmas has come, the gifts have been exchanged, our scripture reading from the prophet Isaiah reminds us of the great gift that has come into our world…the gift that keeps coming into our lives again and again…
Because God is good all the time, we have access to a resounding joy that echoes through the ages.
Last week we remembered together that God has, in fact, torn open the heavens and come down. God has fulfilled what God has promised. Today, we look again at the promises of God fulfilled in Jesus. Isaiah tells us that God speaks comfort and compassion over us. And the message is good news.
In the bigness of the holiday season, let’s take time to remember that it all started small. A baby. A manger. How will we each find our way to the sweet, little, baby Jesus?
Sunday’s sermon explored how to live ready for Jesus to return or call us to our eternal home…
This All Saints Sunday we explore how life is better when have one another to stand with us and for us in seemingly impossible moments.
Today we are going to spend a little time in the Old Testament and catch up with Moses at the end of his life. We know Moses, right? We meet Moses as a baby in a basket, a Jewish boy that evaded death as an infant because he was found and raised by Pharaoh’s daughter. […]
God has invited all persons to come to the celebration of eternity. Many choose to RSVP ‘no.’ Will you RSVP ‘yes’?
The world has it’s dark days and dark places, but the Light of Christ still shines!
Jesus always teaches in order to make us better. Hopefully this sermon can be part of that ongoing growth in faith and love…
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