Monthly Archives: June 2017

Sermon for UAC Day

Normally, today we would celebrate the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist. Half-way between last year’s Christmas, and this year’s Christmas. It was actually yesterday – June 24. Today, June 25 is the day the Augsburg Confession was presented to … Continue reading

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Sermon for Trinity 1

Faith bears fruit. A sermon about that. God created mankind for a specific purpose. So that we would look to him for every good thing, and so that we could help our neighbor in every need. If you go through … Continue reading

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The Forgiveness of sins…

In the creed we confess our belief in the forgiveness of sins. There is a great little passage in G.K. Chesterton about that. It’s spoken by the funny little priest he tells stories about, Father Brown. And it summarizes the … Continue reading

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Pentecost

Red. Most years, it’s the least used color of the year. As we go through the life of our Lord each year, there are four colors – blue for Advent – a time of preparation, Purple for Lent – a … Continue reading

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