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The commendation of Christ in... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 2001
The commendation of Christ in a person's suffering is certainly one of the most poignant testimonies
I was visiting with Mark... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 2001
I was visiting with Mark, an inactive member of our congregation, when he said, "Do you want to know
Until the twentieth century, the... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 2001
Until the twentieth century, the gospel message was an oral tradition or was read from available tex
The Mackenzie family had a... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
The Mackenzie family had a specific, regular routine for Sunday mornings.
A high school basketball player... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
A high school basketball player who had been selected as a first team all stater was being interview
Some time ago The... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
Some time ago The Orlando Sentinel reported that "Americans give an average of two percent of
In this letter, Paul writes... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
In this letter, Paul writes with a white hot fire: "Now is the day of salvation!" he urges.
Benjamin Disraeli was a fascinating... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
Benjamin Disraeli was a fascinating man!
The brand-new Ag Inspector... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
The brand-new Ag Inspector went to a farm, saw the farmer standing, working on his tractor, walked u
Rev. Bill Bright, who heads... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
Rev.
One Sunday morning a little... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1998
One Sunday morning a little girl was heading off to church.
The acceptable time! There are... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
The acceptable time!
In T.S. Eliot's poem Ash... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
In T.S. Eliot's poem "Ash Wednesday," there is a phrase ...
When children are young we... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
When children are young we often tell them to shut the door as they go in and out of the house.
Alice Thompson had a hard... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
Alice Thompson had a hard life.
A pastor was faced with... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
A pastor was faced with a very difficult problem.
Looking at the gates of... -- Joel 2:1-2, 12-17 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
Looking at the gates of Babylon in the Oriental Institute in Chicago, one is made aware again that t
Damage, a first novel by... -- Joel 2:1-2, 12-17 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
Damage, a first novel by Josephine Hart, received remarkable acclaim as a powerful psychological stu
Windows are wonderful inventions. They... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
Windows are wonderful inventions.
What does it mean to... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
What does it mean to be reconciled?
Mary and Harry lived in... -- 2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
Mary and Harry lived in a two-room house on a narrow and busy country road.
As they worshipped, disaster struck... -- Joel 2:1-2, 12-17 -- Ash Wednesday - C -- 1995
As they worshipped, disaster struck the congregation of Goshen United Methodist Church in Piedmont,
Giving money, praying, and fasting... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C
Giving money, praying, and fasting are interwoven in this text not as negatives to be avoided, but a
Robert Frost, in a poem... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C
Robert Frost, in a poem, speaks about the reasons God might have created humans.
Obtaining more and more of... -- Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 -- Ash Wednesday - C
Obtaining more and more of that which is supposed to make us feel secure often only increases our in

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Keith Hewitt
Wilton Lewis stood with his hands on his hips, studying the sanctuary wall, not trusting himself to speak. He wanted to spit, was thwarted by the fact that he was inside, and instead swallowed hard and said, “This is vile. Disgusting and vile.” He turned to his right and added, “I apologize, Reverend Cashmore. This does not represent the good people of Port William. You know that, I hope.”

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Frank Ramirez
Since Albert Einstein is considered the genius above all geniuses, he is often credited quotes he never said. (If Einstein said it, it must be true.) That includes the saying that insanity is defined as doing the same thing again and again and expecting to get a different result. Actually, it wasn't until the 1980's that he was first connected to that saying, but it doesn't matter who actually said it, because these three scriptures seem to validate the saying.

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Arley K. Fadness
“Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you....” (v. 27)

Good morning boys and girls,

First thing I want to say is, I love you little ones. Know why? I just love to give love and to receive love. How many of you know how to hug? (children respond)

Love and hugs are about the same aren't they? (children respond)

Well this morning I'm going to talk about love.

The greatest sermon Jesus ever preached shocked the people. He told them who to love.

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David Kalas
Seven years ago, our family moved from southern Virginia to northeast Wisconsin. As you might expect, spring comes later here. Fall comes earlier. And winter is a much different experience in northeast Wisconsin than it was in southern Virginia. The same temperatures that seemed bone-chilling in Virginia are good reason to leave the mufflers and mittens at home in Wisconsin. Of course, many of the retired folks in my congregation here take their cue from the geese and fly south for the winter each year.

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