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John Locke, 17th century English... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
John Locke, 17th century English philosopher, wrote, "Repentance is a hearty sorrow for our past mi
It is the power of... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
It is the power of Jesus' name alone that has made the lame man strong, as God promised to the coven
Once upon a time a... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
Once upon a time a young man with no credentials and no formal training began telling people that th
For years Americans have been... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
For years Americans have been complaining about the need for change in our government.
Nothing brings people closer together... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
Nothing brings people closer together than a shared tragedy.
Two ads were placed in... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
Two ads were placed in a newspaper by the same ad agency for two different, if similar clients: J
Never a needy person among... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
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I can remember back when... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1994
I can remember back when I was serving a large suburban congregation as one of two associate pastors
John's theme is darkness and... -- 1 John 1:1--2:2 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
John's theme is darkness and light. It is the world's theme -- darkness and light.
Hear again the words, If... -- 1 John 1:1--2:2 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
Hear again the words, "If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves" (v. 8).
Sometimes our life looks like... -- 1 John 1:1--2:2 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
Sometimes our life looks like a chalkboard covered with all kinds of clashing marks.
A summer seminary course was... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
A summer seminary course was recently advertised as "Readings in the Old Testament for Fun and Proph
As a young child, I... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
As a young child, I remember being enthralled by huge scrapbooks filled with photographs of my paren
You denied the Holy and... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
"You denied the Holy and Righteous One ...
One of the finest pieces... -- Acts 3:13-15, 17-26 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
One of the finest pieces of advice I have ever heard or tried to practice came from Dr.
The early church was very... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
The early church was very practical in meeting the needs of their people.
The unity of the first... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
The unity of the first Christians gave witness to the power of Christ's life and resurrection, and t
A friend recently related his... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
A friend recently related his experience as a small boy when he went to his first symphony orchestra
William Barclay emphasizes the two... -- Acts 4:32-35 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
William Barclay emphasizes the two leading features Luke describes as typical of the community life
We should not wonder at... -- John 20:19-31 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
We should not wonder at the skepticism of Thomas, who said, "Unless I see in his hands the print of
Susie enjoyed being in the... -- John 20:19-31 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
Susie enjoyed being in the kindergarten class very much.
The 16th century German artist... -- John 20:19-31 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
The 16th century German artist, Albert Durer, is famous for his representations of biblical subjects
It fascinates me that Jesus... -- Luke 24:35-48 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
It fascinates me that Jesus only appeared, in resurrection form, to his friends.
he was known to them... -- Luke 24:35-48 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
... he was known to them in the breaking of the bread (Luke 24:35b).
It was a dull rainy... -- Luke 24:35-48 -- Second Sunday of Easter - B -- 1991
"It was a dull rainy day when things looked dark and lowering, but Phillips Brooks came down through

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