Sermons from October 2017

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Reformation Breakthrough

Reading: Romans 1:1-17 Dear Friends, Romans 1:17 might be the most important verse of the reformation that Luther led.  For a long time he      wrestled with the meaning of the verse.  He wrestled with its implications for his life.  Finally, he tells us that he had a breakthrough moment.  A moment of clarity regarding the […]

Reformation Perseverance

Reading: Jonah 3:1-4:1 Dear Friends, Jonah resisted.  Big time.  God said go that way.  Jonah went the opposite.  But God didn’t give up.  He didn’t give up on Jonah.  He didn’t give up Ninevah.  AND – he didn’t, hasn’t and won’t give up on you.  Today, we celebrate a God who never gives up on reformation! Peace, […]

Back To The Basics

Reading: 2 Chronicles 34:1-13 Dear Friends, We go back to the seventh century B.C and meet Josiah the Young King of Judah. Extra, and not so helpful stuff (like idols and pagan worship) had been covering the focus on the true God of the People of Israel. Josiah at the age of 16 takes it […]

Reformation Starts

Reading: 2 Chronicles 29:1-11 Dear Friends, The story of Hezekiah is a story of reform.  Hezekiah (besides David and Solomon) might get the most    chapters in the most books of the Bible (he’s in Kings, Chronicles and Isaiah).  When he takes the throne the kingdom is a mess.  He quickly jumps into a number of […]