Sermon on Luke 2:22-40, the 1st Sunday after Pentecost 2020 (B), about how Simeon was "ready to go" after the Lord Jesus came to him and he saw with his own eyes God's salvation. How do we live a life of peace, hope, and readiness? How does Christ come to us today?
This Sunday I decided to re-preach a sermon of Dietrich Bonhoeffer on the text Revelation 3:20, preached first in 1928, which was shared with me, and I thought was equally relevant for today and spoke about how Advent disciplines us for properly waiting for the arrival of Christ. God bless!
Sermon on 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24, for the 3rd Sunday in Advent 2020 (B), about God's will in your life. How do we have joy and a life of prayer and thankfulness in the midst of life's challenges, that often do not go away? How do we hear the good news?
Advent Midweek 1, Sermon series on "Jesse Tree" from CPH, about how Jesus is the promised "seed" that Adam and Eve first were told of after the Fall into sin (Genesis 3:15), and who would be part of the "family tree" that traced down from Adam to Abraham to David (son of Jesse) to Jesus.
Sermon on Mark 11:1-10, for the 1st Sunday in Advent 2020 (B), about Jesus' Palm Sunday entrance into Jerusalem, and why this is the historic reading for the start of Advent. How was Jesus holy, or set apart? How did He interact in His holiness with sinners?