Monthly Archives: May 2016

Who is worthy?

Pentecost 2 – St. Luke 7:1-10 Who is worthy? That is the question put forward in our Gospel text; who is worthy to have Jesus come and help them? Are you worthy?  Are you worthy to have Jesus come and … Continue reading

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Today is every day

Sunday of the Holy Trinity – Romans 10:8b, 10 Well today is the day!  Today is that one Sunday of the Church Year where we confess that really long creed.  Today is that one Sunday where we make the sign … Continue reading

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Let us make a name for ourselves

Pentecost – Genesis 11:1-9 Take a moment, and think of someone, doesn’t matter who it is, who lived during the 1900’s. Now think of someone who lived during the 1800’s. Now think of someone who lived during the 1700’s. Now … Continue reading

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The Ascension of Our Lord

The Ascension of Our Lord – St. Luke 24:44-53 It’s Thursday.  Jesus is gathered together with His disciples.  It has happened this way many times before, but this time it is different.  This time Jesus is going to do something … Continue reading

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Why you don’t read the Bible

First Lutheran Church   Plainville, Kansas Peace Lutheran Church  Natoma, Kansas May, 2016 We talk a lot about reading the Bible, and knowing what the Scriptures say; but sadly, few people actually read the Bible, outside of a few verses for … Continue reading

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Come to my house

Easter 6 – Acts 16:9-15 Whenever you go on vacation, there is the irresistible urge to bring home a souvenir.  It could be something as simple and as inexpensive as a postcard; or it could be something more like a … Continue reading

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