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Devotional

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LORD, You Have Been Our Dwelling Place In All Generations -- Psalm 90 -- Robert G. Beckstrand -- 2007
From everlasting to everlasting you are God.
You turn us back to dust,

Sermon

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Death, Our Teacher -- Psalm 90 -- Allen Puffenberger, Charles Cammarata -- 2006
For a beloved parishioner

Death, Our Teacher
Our Dwelling Place In All Generations -- Psalm 90 -- Joe Barone, Charles Cammarata -- 2006
For a person with little discernible religious belief
Death Saddens Us -- John 3:16, Psalm 90 -- Mark Ellingsen, Charles Cammarata -- 2006
For an elderly shut-in

Death Saddens Us
Our Dwelling Place In All Generations -- Psalm 90 -- Joe Barone -- 1995
One thing I always try to do is make my funeral sermon fit the person whom I’ve come to bury.
Deaths, Our Teacher For an Eighty-four-year-old Woman -- Psalm 90 -- Anthology, Allen Puffenberger -- 1989
The outline of this meditation has enabled me to address a number of the vital issues that are raise
Standing Up To Death Preaching on Death at Sunday Worship -- Psalm 90 -- Anthology
Robert Noblett

Worship

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The Path Of Maturity -- Ephesians 4:1-16, 1 Corinthians 12:31--13:13, Psalm 90 -- William Grimbol -- 2008
Ash Wednesday
Introduction

The Path Of Maturity



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In order to be last, you must give others a place in front of you. This is important to realize if you are interested in reaching first place. For Jesus here says, "Whoever wants to be first must be last of all and servant of all." Realize also that, given the kind of world we are part of, the people whom you must permit to go before you will be a mixed bag, indeed. You can't pick and choose, because that would mean the discards would be behind you. They would become last.

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