Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon on the third person of the Holy Trinity, the Holy Spirit based on John 15:26-16:1, 13-15.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon “Deny Yourself” based on Luke 9:23-27.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s parable from Luke 16 about the Gracious Rich Man.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon based on the parable of the Searching Shepherd from Luke 15:1-7.
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The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, be with you all. Amen.
There was a shepherd who had a beautiful pasture, a garden, for his sheep. Everything those sheep needed they had. There was thick, lush green grass that provided the softest bed on which to lie down and rest. Those same green grasses on which they slept also provided the very best of food. The waters gently flowed off the high mountain where the shepherd lived with the purest waters in which the sheep could sip cool drinks of refreshing water. The sheep could easily hear the shepherd’s voice and gladly followed the shepherd wherever he went because he was their shepherd. He wanted nothing but the absolute best for them and when the sheep where with the shepherd, it was truly good. The shepherd could even walk the sheep through the dark and dangerous valleys where evil lay all around, with safety, things were that good. Everything was right; everything was good — very good.
But sheep are stupid and dumb. They are the epitome of Attention Deficit Disorder, wandering here and there.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon based on Christ’s parable of the Friend At Midnight from Luke 11:1-13.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon about “Objects of Worship” based on Acts 17:16-31.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon on how belief leads to sight based on St. John 20:19-31.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon entitled “Behold the Lamb of God Who Takes Away the Sin of the World” based on John 1:29-42.
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon from the First Sunday in Christmas entitled “The Defeat of Our Greatest Dangers” based on Matthew 2:13-23.