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Sermons on Repentance

Philippians 2:1-11 from April 5, 2020

We keep it simple and look at three ways to respond to this remarkable reading, a hymn of the ancient church, today: We are to contemplate what Christ has done, become a people who witness what Christ has done, and learn to live what Christ has done.

2 Thessalonians 1 from November 3, 2019

In the first chapter of this letter, Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy talk about how they must thank God for the growing love and faithfulness of the church in Thessalonica, and how they are confident that when Christ returns, their persecutors will be cleared out, and they will have a clear path to God.

Luke 18:1-8 from October 20, 2019

We take a brief detour into the Luke reading this week and find Jesus encouraging us to bring our experiences of injustice, our frustration, our pain to God in prayer. We are invited and instructed to assault God with our prayers. Will we do so? Or will we lose faith?