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Monthly archive for December 2015

Sermon for the 1st Sunday after Christmas 2015

  S. Christmas 1.15 “Recognition” Luke 2:22-40 The temple in Jerusalem, 5 or 6 BC, was a busy place. The one nice thing about the Romans was that they allowed, encouraged even, freedom for Jews to practice their religion. Herod the Great had, with Roman support, been

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Sermon for Christmas Eve 2015

S. Christmas Eve.15 “Down at the Hotel Montana” Luke 2:1-20 If you show (or tell) people they’re stupid, it will generally go one of two ways: 1) they will disagree bitterly with you, maybe argue the point with violence even, or 2) they’ll allow you to make

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Sermon for Christmas Day 2015

S. Christmas Day.15 “Real World” John 1:1-18 There’s a video series on Amazon “The Man in the High Castle” that I binge watched recently. It’s the one thing about the modern world that I think is great—that you can watch a whole season of a TV show

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Matthew – Class 7


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Sermon for the 4th Sunday in Advent 2015

S. Advent 4.15 “Ready for Christmas” Luke 1:39-56 Are you ready for Christmas? There’s so much to do, isn’t there? Parties to attend. Gifts to buy. Decorations to put up. Guests to put up with. Meals to prepare. Spare bedrooms to clean. Out of town family to

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Matthew – Class 6


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Sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Advent 2015

S. Advent 3.15 “Savior You Want, Savior You Need” Luke 7:18-28 My friend Joel teaches theology at our Concordia Seminary in St. Louis (the holy city). Years ago, when his son Peter was about 8, he assigned his first year systematic theology class to write a devotion,

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Sermon for the 2nd Sunday in Advent 2015

S. Advent 2.15 “Just You Wait” Luke 3:1-14 “Just you wait till your father gets home!” The words still ring in my ears. My mother never said “whuppin” but she didn’t have to. I knew that’s what was coming. And I knew I deserved it. She had

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21 October 2018

22nd Sunday after Pentecost

8:30 Matins

11:00 Divine Service with Communion

9:45 Sunday School

Adult Bible Class with Pastor

Reformation Sunday – October 28 

Festival service at 8:30 & 11:00 DS w/Communion


Our Savior Lutheran Church is a confessional Lutheran church in Raleigh, North Carolina, belonging to the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

We are located at: 1500 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27608.

For directions, use 742 Nash Street, Raleigh.