Monthly Archives: January 2014

Sermon: Epiphany 3 Matthew 8:1-13

Epiphany 3 Matthew 8:1-13 “I want to!” In the name of the Father, the ╬ Son, and the Holy Spirit, amen! Once sitting around the dinner table Martin Luther said to his company, “Oh, if I only could pray the … Continue reading

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Sermon: Epiphany 2 John 2:1-11

IN NOMINE JESU Dear brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, all of us, I am fairly certain, have heard of or witnessed firsthand, miracles. Doubtful any of us have seen someone rise from the dead, or as in the case … Continue reading

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Sermon: Epiphany 1 Matthew 3:13-17

In the name of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  Amen. I spoke to a man who began a career in a nursing home many years ago now.  His training was more rigorous than one would expect.  … Continue reading

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Sermon: Epiphany Isaiah 60:1-6, Matthew 2:1-12

Grace, mercy, and peace to you in name of God the Father and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  Amen. Perhaps the Christmas glow has warn off a bit for some of us.  The gifts have all been unwrapped.  The … Continue reading

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Sermon: Christmas 2 Matthew 2:13-23

In the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  Amen. Merry Christmas!  Our text for reflection this morning is our gospel lesson Matthew chapter two.  With all the beauty and merry making of Christmas the church decided centuries ago … Continue reading

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