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Spirit Full Or Foul? -- Isaiah 44:1-8 -- Justin W. Tull -- Day of Pentecost - A -- 1992
Today is Pentecost, the celebration of the gift of God's Spirit to the church and to us.
Water Boy -- Exodus 2:11-22 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 10 | Ordinary Time 15 - A -- 1992
Today's scripture provides for many sermon possibilities.
The Burning Bush Within US -- Exodus 3:1-12 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 11 | Ordinary Time 16 - A -- 1992
The flame is a part of our biblical heritage, from the burning bush, to pillars of fire, to the flam
Blessed To Be A Blessing -- Genesis 12:1-9 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 4 | Ordinary Time 9 - A -- 1992
Abram was a remarkable man. Forget the fact that he was still able at age 99 to father children!
The Agonizing Provider -- Genesis 22:1-18 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1992
Today we look again at Abraham.
Birthright Blues -- Genesis 25:19-34 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 6 | Ordinary Time 11 - A -- 1992
Do you have the "birthright blues?" Jane does. Listen to her story.Jane:
Stairways Of Heaven -- Genesis 28:10-17 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 7 | Ordinary Time 12 - A -- 1992
As I studied in depth this passage of scripture, I learned that I have long carried misconceptions a
Hip Pointer -- Genesis 32:22-32 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 8 | Ordinary Time 13 - A -- 1992
Our narrative begins with Jacob's sending his family across the Jabbok stream while staying behind t
Perfect Strangers -- Exodus 1:6-14; 1:22-2:10 -- Justin W. Tull -- Proper 9 | Ordinary Time 14 - A -- 1992
Today we leave the book of Genesis to begin the saga of Exodus.
Just You, Lord -- Deuteronomy 4:32-40 -- Justin W. Tull -- Trinity Sunday | 1st Sunday after Pentecost - A -- 1992
The sermon today asks the questions as to whether we are aware of God's saving acts and if we acknow
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