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Sermon – Matthew 17:1-9

Today, we walk through the doorway into Lent and journey to the cross, that place of transforming love.  Be open to be changed, be open to be transformed, and be open to be made new.  May God richly bless our journey!

Sermon – Matthew 5: 38-48

With the words of today’s reading, Jesus seeks neither to set impossible goals nor to shame people who cannot reach perfection.  Instead, he sets forth God’s vision of God’s world where genuine and unconditional love reigns.  The reign of God is inaugurated in the person of Jesus, and we, Jesus’ followers, are empowered by his…

Sermon – Matthew 5: 21-37

Some students once asked Martin Luther, “What is your picture of God?”  Luther replied, “When I think of God, I think of a man hanging on a tree.”  Luther responded with those words because in the cross of Christ we see God’s love poured out for the whole world and we are reminded that God…

Sermon – Matthew 5: 13-20

Today, Jesus says to us, “You’re here to be light, bringing out the God-colors in the world.  God is not a secret to be kept.  We’re going public with this, as public as a city on a hill.  If I make you light-bearers, you don’t think I’m going to hide you under a bucket, do…

Sermon based on Matthew 5: 1-12 (The Beatitudes)

Love and compassion are the hallmark of the discipleship for which Jesus calls. It defines the content of righteousness, which is not a negative kind of withdrawal from impurity, but a wholehearted commitment to loving and caring applied in every area of life.