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Leaning Into an Unknown Future -- Baruch 5:1-9, Philippians 1:3-11, Luke 3:1-6 -- Wayne Brouwer -- Second Sunday of Advent - C -- 2018
Advent reminds us of the power in Jesus’ words to his disciples.

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Leaning Into an Unknown Future -- Baruch 5:1-9, Philippians 1:3-11, Luke 3:1-6 -- Wayne Brouwer -- Second Sunday of Advent - C -- 2018
Advent reminds us of the power in Jesus’ words to his disciples.

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Sermon Illustrations for Advent 2 (2018) -- Baruch 5:1-9, Philippians 1:3-11, Luke 3:1-6 -- Mark Ellingsen, Bonnie Bates, Bob Ove, Bill Thomas, Frank Ramirez, Ron Love -- Second Sunday of Advent - C -- 2018
Baruch 5:1-9
For they went out from you on foot,
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There are many thought-provoking and deeply moving scenes in the Academy Award-winning film, Schindl
New clothes! What excitement, what... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- 1994
New clothes! What excitement, what joy! A new shirt, blouse, sweater, dress, coat, jacket!
In 1846, a group of... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- 1994
In 1846, a group of immigrants under the leadership of George Donner was forced to winter in the Sie
Over the years, many brides... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- 1994
Over the years, many brides have told me that the one moment that made them realize that they were a
Bruce Larson, in his book... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - B
Bruce Larson, in his book, Believe And Belong, tells how he tried to help people commit their
How one deals with the... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - B
How one deals with the sorrows of life will very much determine that person's future ability to live
In our nation where Christianity... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - B
In our nation where Christianity had flourished in the past, it is now troubled both from within and
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - B
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee says the role of the theater is to hold a mirror up t
It is said of the... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - B
It is said of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, "He had written them for the pleasure and use of h
Jerusalem is the mother of... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - B
Jerusalem is the mother of us all.
Picture a rough dirt road... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - B
Picture a rough dirt road, hardly more than a path, leading out from a city following the rough terr
In the midst of a... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - C
In the midst of a world filled with despair and human suffering, the writer of Baruch sees a time wh
There is an uncomfortable quality... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - C
There is an uncomfortable quality to these beautiful words from Baruch.
Baruch (derived from the Hebrew... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - C
Baruch (derived from the Hebrew word "baruk" meaning blessing) was the son of Neriah and the amanuen
Recall with me a beautifully... -- Baruch 5:1-9 -- Second Sunday of Advent - C
Recall with me a beautifully dressed young lady standing at the top of a staircase.

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Sermon Illustrations for Advent 2 (2018) -- Baruch 5:1-9, Philippians 1:3-11, Luke 3:1-6 -- Mark Ellingsen, Bonnie Bates, Bob Ove, Bill Thomas, Frank Ramirez, Ron Love -- Second Sunday of Advent - C -- 2018
Baruch 5:1-9
For they went out from you on foot,

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