Monthly Archives: December 2015

I know

I know it is hard, but it is time to face the facts. We all have to do it; we all have to admit that something we do not want to be true really is true.  It is a part … Continue reading

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Did you get Jesus?

Christmas 1 – St. Luke 2:22-40

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Joy to the World – Christmas letter to congregation

Christmas, 2015 Joy to the World is no doubt a favorite Christmas hymn of many.  It is a hymn that brings to mind so many of the Psalms that call on all creation to sing the glad songs of praises … Continue reading

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All I want for Christmas is a Savior

Christmas Day – St. Matthew 1:18-25 Did you get what you wanted for Christmas? Well, let’s see.  You wanted peace of mind and security; an assurance that if things go wrong you had what you needed, a way to give … Continue reading

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All I want for Christmas is forgiveness

Midweek Advent 3 – St. John 20:19-23 He sees you when you’re sleeping; He knows when you’re awake.  He knows if you’ve been bad or good; so be good for goodness sake! Sound familiar?  How often have you been told, … Continue reading

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The Lord is in your midst

Advent 3 – St. Luke 7:18-28 Jesus is here; John the Baptist knows that.  Before either of them were even born, John leaped in the womb of his mother Elizabeth at the mere sound of Mary’s voice.  30 years later, … Continue reading

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All I want for Christmas is Lord’s Supper

Advent 2 – 1 Corinthians 11:23-29 What are you most looking forward to this Christmas? Is it the presents?  There are bound to be a few with your name on them.  They will come from friends and family, and some … Continue reading

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