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Sermon for the 3rd Sunday after the Epiphany 2015

S. Epiphany 3.15 “Probably Not For You…” Jonah 3, Mark 1:14-20 “Well, someday you’ll realize: I’ve done you no favors…” The words are blazed into my memory, I can still see the wry smile on my beloved mentor John Stroup’s face as he said it. It was

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Sermon for the 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany 2015

S. Epiphany 2.15 “Enlivening the Conversation” 1 Sam. 3:1-10, John 1:43-51 Our Old Testament and Gospel readings both show us the somewhat (darkly) comical effects when God picks up His conversation with us after we haven’t really been listening, and He (consequently) not speaking much. People tell

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Sermon for the Baptism of our Lord 2015

S. Baptism of our Lord. “What They Were Thinking…” 15 Mark 1:4-11 What is the most important event in Jesus’ life? His birth at Bethlehem? His death on the cross? His resurrection? His preaching of the Gospel? His miracles? His teachings? His establishing a church? OK, Lutherans

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