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View the Bulletin for Wednesday July 28, 2021 Service Time: 7:00 p.m. All are welcome. Take our ONE QUESTION survey about Wednesday Service/Bible Study! UPDATED COVID-19 PROTOCOLS - Starting July 1, 2021 Visit our YouTube channel — Click the red “subscribe” box, and then click on the “bell” next to that box to receive Live Streaming notifications. …
 
http://lcrwtvl.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/2021-07-25-Sermon.mp3Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. Our text for today is Acts 12:1-5: About that time Herod the king laid violent hands on some who belonged to the church. He killed James the brother of John with the sword, and when he saw that it pleased th…
 
7/25/2021 -- Mark 6:45-56 -- Pastor Ernie Jeong Sermon Video https://youtu.be/ED2QD3vqMWc Full Worship Service https://youtu.be/7-qoJyPldc0 Sunday Bible Study https://youtu.be/jXouJnf8bQU Children's Message (Video) https://youtu.be/vu5admSywRY Children's Message (Audio) https://anchor.fm/faithmoorpark-children/episodes/Childrens-Message---Captain-o…
 
Speaker: Pastor Raleigh Sims Scripture Focus: Mark 6:45–56 Description: The hymn insists, “God Himself is present” and “God is in His temple” (LSB 907). This hymn reminds us of the prophet Isaiah’s amazing vision of God in the temple when he heard the eternal song of the angels, “Holy, holy, holy,” causing the prophet to cringe, bow, and kneel at t…
 
I think it’s safe to say that the name “Mary” was a top ten baby name during Jesus’s childhood. After all, the name Mary occurs 54 times in the Christian Scriptures, it’s found in 49 verses, and it’s likely that these instances denote 7-12 unique people. Because of this, scholars often need to figure out which particular Mary the author is talking …
 
The Sermon for Sunday, July 25th, 2021, is based on Mark 6:30-34 Today’s Focus: This Sunday is sometimes called “Orthodoxy Sunday.” Both preachers and hearers of God’s Word are urged to see to it that their message is indeed from God, faithful to his revealed Word. Our worship follows Morning Praise. Sermon Given by: Pastor Paul Jenkins Trinity Lut…
 
Pastor Chad preaches on the Feeding of the Five Thousand. Often we approach our life from a scarcity perspective like the disciples did as they faced with feeding a crowd of more than 5,000. Jesus shows them, and us, that with God there’s always a surplus. When we don’t think we are “enough” God sees it differently, whatever seemingly limited resou…
 
Temptation is not something you can totally avoid, but it is something you should be aware of. When Jesus taught people to pray “Lead us not into temptation,” he was reminding them of the importance of having an awareness of temptation and a plan to fight against it.Message notes and discussion questions: https://bit.ly/3hW3Ol8Connection Card: http…
 
Time travel may not be possible yet in a practical sense, but we can travel back in time to gain knowledge to help us today. Our beliefs about the future help us to accurately interpret the present. Will our knowledge about the past and our beliefs about the future serve us well when we experience tough times? From the past and for the future, Jesu…
 
An audio message from Pastor Richard Haar, delivered online on 25 July 2021. In this message we explore the question of whether we will have enough and then go more deeply into the question of whether we are enough in ourselves. The text (John 6:1-15) is about God's provision and his invitation to trust in him. With Jesus and us together, we are en…
 
https://slcas.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/July-18-2021-They-Were-Like-Sheep-With-Their-Shepherd-Pastor-Wayne-Huebner.mp3 Sermon, based on Mark 6:30-44, given by Pastor Wayne Huebner on Sunday, July 18, 2021 The post Sermon: “They Were Like Sheep With Their Shepherd” – Sunday, July 18, 2021 appeared first on Salem Lutheran Church and School.…
 
May 30, 2021. What does the Trinity mean for us? Why does it matter? And perhaps most important, what do the readings for today reveal about all the ways that God shows up in our world? Readings: Isaiah 6:1-8, Psalm 29, Romans 8:12-17, John 3:1-17 *** Transcript *** Today is Trinity Sunday, so I kinda feel like I should probably be standing up here…
 
When Paul writes to the Christians living in and around Ephesus, he refers to God's plan of salvation as a "mystery." To the Christians of today, hopefully this "mystery" sounds like a regular Sunday sermon. Salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone is what we are called to preach and teach. What may not be so obvious to the Chri…
 
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