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The Village Shepherd

The First Winter -- Matthew 24:1-14 -- Janice B. Scott
The young sapling stood tall and strong.

Intercession

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Matthew 24:1-14 -- Janice B. Scott
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Preaching

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27th Sunday After Pentecost Lutheran -- Jeremiah 26:1-6, Matthew 24:1-14 -- John R. Brokhoff -- 2004
THE LESSONSLesson 1: Jeremiah 26:1--6
The end times. -- Jeremiah 26:1-6, Matthew 24:1-14 -- Russell F. Anderson -- 1995
BRIEF COMMENTARY ON THE LESSONSLesson 1: Jeremiah 26:1--6
27th Sunday After Pentecost -- Jeremiah 26:1-6, Matthew 24:1-14 -- John R. Brokhoff -- Proper 24 | Ordinary Time 29 - A -- 1992
Lesson 1: Jeremiah 26:1-6

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In The Meantime ... -- Matthew 24:1-14 -- Mary Sue Dehmlow Dreier -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - A -- 2001
The End Of The World?
When Will The Pain Go Away? -- Matthew 24:1-14 -- George S. Johnson -- Proper 27 | Ordinary Time 32 - A -- 1992
A young mother in her 30s with three children came to her pastor to talk about her husband's impendi

The Village Shepherd

The End Of The World? -- Matthew 24:1-14 -- Janice B. Scott
I was visiting a 98-year-old lady recently who said to me, "I'm glad I could never see into the

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Destruction of the Temple Foretold -- Matthew 24:1-14 -- Wayne H. Keller -- 1998
Alleluia! Alleluia!Invitation to the Celebration
Pentecost 27 (Lutheran) -- Jeremiah 26:1-6, Matthew 24:1-14 -- Dallas A. Brauninger -- 1998
First Lesson: Jeremiah 26:1-6Theme: They Might ListenCall To Worship
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The Village Shepherd

Janice B. Scott
Mary Louise was a little bit lonely. Not completely lonely, but just a little bit. With no brothers or sisters, Mary Louise spent quite a lot of time playing by herself. Although not completely by herself, for Mary Louise had a number of silent companions, who were a great comfort to her.

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In 1980, NBC introduced a new television game show called Chain Reaction. Since then, the show has appeared in different forms, but the main idea has always been for different teams to fill in a chain of words. For example, the first word in a four-word chain might be "light," the last word "spring," with the team needing to guess the two words in-between. In this case, "light" comes from a light "bulb," and out of the bulb grows a "daffodil," which comes up in the "spring." It's a chain reaction of words, where one word leads to another, and "light" turns into "spring."

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