Monthly Archives: December 2013

Sermon: Christmas 1 Luke 2:33-40

Merry Christmas!  It’s the fifth day of Christmas and I pray that the days have become more holy now that the stressful parts of the holidays are behind us.  It always makes me kind of sad the day after Christmas. … Continue reading

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Sermon: Advent 4 Philippians 4:4-7

This sermon was preached by Rev. Chaplain (CPT) Graham Glover on December 22nd, 2013.  Rev. Glover is a member of Redeemer and is currently stationed at Ft. Benning, GA. IN NOMINE  JESU Dear brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, because … Continue reading

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Sermon: Advent 3 Matthew 11:2-10

So, the shopping of the season continues and the world goes on with its commerce and we join in too giving our economy the much needed boost at the end of the year.  Yet, we slow down again as last … Continue reading

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Sermon: Advent 2 Luke 21:25-36

Advent 2 Luke 21:25-36 “Slow Down.” There are a lot of things to love about Advent and one of them is that it forces us to slow down, if at least for this hour on Sunday morning.  With this season … Continue reading

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Sermon: Advent 1 Matthew 21:1-9

Certain yearly traditions beckon a transition to another season.  One such tradition passed this week.  You’ve probably heard of the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade.  I remember as a child watching and waiting until the end to see Santa on his … Continue reading

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