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Universal Salvation, Universal Scandal, Or What? -- Jeremiah 31:31-34, Hebrews 5:5-10, John 12:20-33 -- George L. Murphy -- Fifth Sunday in Lent - B
Dear Fellow Preachers,
Covenant Or Contract? -- Jeremiah 31:31-34, John 12:20-33, Hebrews 5:5-10, Psalm 51:1-12 -- George Reed, Thom M. Shuman -- Fifth Sunday in Lent - B
In the words of the old adage, "money makes the world go round" -- and people find all sorts of crea

Emphasis Preaching Journal

Dr. Jaroslav Pelikan of Yale... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - C
The young man stood, awkward... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - C
The young man stood, awkward, frightened, yet somewhat excited as the U.S.
A judge went to visit... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Maundy Thursday - C
A judge went to visit a wise old colleague.
Psychiatrists tell us that we... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Maundy Thursday - C
Psychiatrists tell us that we don't have to live long before each of us is carrying around a large b
What kinds of forgetting and... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Maundy Thursday - C
What kinds of forgetting and "forgetting" are we capable of?
Robert Louis Stevenson told a... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Passion Sunday - C
Robert Louis Stevenson told a story about his grandfather. This man was on a boat.
The Old Testament simply teaches... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Fifth Sunday in Lent - B
The Old Testament simply teaches that God is for us.
A construction engineer, his legs... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Fifth Sunday in Lent - B
A construction engineer, his legs paralyzed, was once confined to his bed, but because of his reputa
A man was engaged in... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Fifth Sunday in Lent - B
A man was engaged in washing a plate-glass window. He was doing a fine job, except for one spot.
In his recently-published anthology... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Fifth Sunday in Lent - B
In his recently-published anthology of word-studies and matching illustrations,1 Dr.
When the clouds of discouragement... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Maundy Thursday - C
When the clouds of discouragement grew too thick for him, the aging pastor of a small congregation w
God is persistent in his... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Reformation Sunday - A
God is persistent in his intention to covenant with people; so he forgives them and leads them into
Verse 34 of the reading... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Reformation Sunday - A
Verse 34 of the reading suggests a time will come when the people of Israel will no longer have to t
When an individual can relate... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Reformation Sunday - A
When an individual can relate freely to God, he can, also, lend strength to the whole concept of hum
When God said, I will... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Maundy Thursday - C
When God said, "I will write it (my law) upon their hearts," I believe he meant it for all time.
Being married isn't too bad... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Maundy Thursday - C
Being married isn't too bad. Actually a lot of the time it is good -- really good.
When Jeremiah spoke his glorious... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Maundy Thursday - C
When Jeremiah spoke his glorious message of hope to a forlorn and desolate Israel, no one in the are
Cardinal John Heenan, of London... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - C
Cardinal John Heenan, of London, in his autobiography tells of Joseph Brady who stabbed to death Lor
At the heart of the... -- Jeremiah 31:31-34 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - C
At the heart of the new covenant according to Jeremiah is a fresh understanding of the forgiveness o





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Ever heard the word bless?  Like “you are blessed” or “you are my blessing?”(children respond) To be blessed is like goodness coming to you. To be blessed is like getting a gift that makes you happy.


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"Louise, can you and Pastor Hal come to Thanksgiving dinner at our house this Friday? I have this really, really big turkey, and I don't want a ton of leftovers," Tracy implored her friend.

"Well, I'd love to, but we always invite a widower, Andy Vespa, each Thanksgiving. I don't want him to be by himself with his pork and beans. Of course, Steve and Vicki will be here, too," Louise replied. "Andy's always been a part of this family gathering."

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