The first truth revealed is that GOD is the only one who can take the path that leads to our salvation…
Sermon based on 2 Samuel 11:26-12:13
For about ten years now St. Timothy Lutheran Church has been using the expression “Sharing the Joy!” together with the rising sun behind the empty cross. This symbol is an allusion to the resurrection of Christ after His crucifixion. The reason for our emphasis is that there is no greater joy than the knowledge that we have been forgiven of our sins and reconciled to God through the atoning death, life, and resurrection of Jesus.
Sermon based on John 8:31-36 Ash Wednesday I TELL YOU THE TRUTH Anyone Who Sins Is a Slave to Sin
Sermon based on the office of the keys and confession: John 20:21-23. The Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. THE CHURCH IS GIVEN THE POWER TO FORGIVE. I. The Church Forgives and Retains Sins. II. According to Christ's Command. III. To Accomplish God's Will in the World.
What is the “last word” of Christianity? By that, I mean what is a statement that I want my flock to take with them as they go home on Sunday? What is the Biblical truth that people need to remember in moments of crisis, including crisis of conscience? Of all the things that teenagers remember Read more about “The Last Word” – “The Takeaway” – “The Bottom Line” of the Christian Faith[…]
New Year’s Eve – Sermon based on Luke 12:35-40
The Fourth Sunday In Advent – Homily based on John 1:19-34
Festival of All Saints – Sermon based on Matthew 5:1-12
The Law cannot rescue us from our enemies; it is our fiercest enemy of all.