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Some of us wonder if... -- Exodus 3:1-15 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Some of us wonder if God knows how bad our situation is.
I know a minister who... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
I know a minister who once belonged to another denomination than the one which he presently serves.
The alumni review of a... -- Exodus 3:1-15 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
The alumni review of a nearby college tells me that the buzz word on campus this year is "leadership
The clear message of this... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
The clear message of this text is the imperative to repent or perish.
When the great Methodist George... -- Exodus 3:1-15 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
When the great Methodist George Whitefield preached on this passage, he claimed that the burning bus
God's patience toward you and... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
God's patience toward you and me is almost inexhaustible.
We can learn much about... -- Exodus 3:1-15 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
We can learn much about the God of Abraham and Sarah, the God of our ancestors, the God of Isaac and
If Jesus is referring to... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
If Jesus is referring to two recent disasters, no one else seems to know about them; at least, no hi
I do not like to... -- Exodus 3:1-15 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
I do not like to go barefoot. You will never find me without shoes, slippers, or other footwear.
Idolatry comes variously packaged. Sometimes... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Idolatry comes variously packaged. Sometimes that packaging is tangible, sometimes it is not.
The overarching message of this... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
The overarching message of this passage seems to be expressed in verse 12 -- a warning against overc
There is a story of... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
There is a story of two monks who were struggling with the whole matter of their holin
Two things are extremely dangerous... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Two things are extremely dangerous for a mountain climber -- the serious mountain climber who
How unfortunately typical and contemporary... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
How unfortunately typical and contemporary is this part of Luke.
Don Giovanni, a renown opera... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Don Giovanni, a renown opera of Amadeus Mozart, is often criticized as being too long
When an athlete exercises rigorously... -- Isaiah 55:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
When an athlete exercises rigorously for conditioning or competes in a contest, there is bound to be
God's glorification of Israel draws... -- Isaiah 55:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
God's glorification of Israel draws the nations to the Lord.
An advertisement mailed by Bottom... -- Isaiah 55:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
An advertisement mailed by Bottom Line Publishing insists that "Starting today, nothing is impossibl
I have tried most of... -- Isaiah 55:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
I have tried most of the popular (and weird) diets at least once in my adult life.
Corrie ten Boom, who survived... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Corrie ten Boom, who survived a Nazi concentration camp, told the story of how, as a child, she went
God makes it possible for... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
God makes it possible for us to stand up successfully to temptation, but we have to want to succeed
Samuel Johnson, who created the... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Samuel Johnson, who created the famous dictionary, was a realist and something of a skeptic when it
Henry Box Brown, a slave... -- 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Henry Box Brown, a slave in the antebellum south, prayed that God would aid him in obtaining his fre
Unlike my wife, I do... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Unlike my wife, I do not have a "green thumb." In fact, I have killed many a plant either through to
Abraham Lincoln, on March 4... -- Luke 13:1-9 -- Third Sunday in Lent - C
Abraham Lincoln, on March 4, 1865, just weeks before he was killed, gave what was probably his great

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