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Glynn Wolfe passed away in... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Second Sunday in Lent - B -- 2000
Glynn Wolfe passed away in 1997 at the age of 88.
In this passage from Romans... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1999
In this passage from Romans, we are told how Abraham did not lose faith in the promises of God.
Mandy was seven years old... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1999
Mandy was seven years old and she was full of questions.
Nancy Fowler says that on... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1999
Nancy Fowler says that on October 13, 1990, the Virgin Mary appeared at the Fowlers' small farm in C
My dad spent his career... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1999
My dad spent his career as a railroad employee. First, he was a brakeman on a train.
It is true that those... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Second Sunday in Lent - B -- 1997
It is true that those who are the risk takers by acting on faith and little certainty have often loo
Don`t be afraid. I... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Second Sunday in Lent - B -- 1997
"Don`t be afraid. I`ll catch you.
Every morning there was a... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Second Sunday in Lent - B -- 1997
Every morning there was a group of women who attended the 6 a.m. mass at a certain church.
John, Miriam, and their two... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1996
John, Miriam, and their two sons had been driving north most of the morning, hoping they got home be
A young girl asked her... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1996
A young girl asked her father, "Why do we say grace before every meal?" To this her father replied,
Someone had said that faith... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1996
Someone had said that "faith is not jumping to conclusions; it is the conclusion to jump." Pascal ca
God can be trusted and... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A -- 1996
God can be trusted and we must take him at his word. Abraham is our model in this.
Here are some quotes from... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Second Sunday in Lent - B -- 1994
Here are some quotes from Arthur C. Clarke's book, Profiles of the Future.
A chicken and a pig... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A
A chicken and a pig see a group of starving children.
Growing up during the Depression... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A
Growing up during the Depression on the prairies meant very few, if any, luxuries.
Once Queen Victoria hosted a... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A
Once Queen Victoria hosted a state dinner for a visiting African king.
Job description for Christians living... -- Romans 4:13-25 -- Proper 5 | Ordinary Time 10 - A
Job description for Christians living under the law: "You have to be perfect.

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Take Up Whose Cross? -- Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16, Romans 4:13-25, Mark 8:31-38 -- George L. Murphy -- Second Sunday in Lent - B
Dear Fellow Preachers,
Vacation Or Vocation? -- Matthew 9:9-13, 18-26, Romans 4:13-25, Genesis 12:1-9, Psalm 33:1-12 -- George L. Murphy
It's the time of year when thousands of grads have to think about what to do next.

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Good morning young folks,

What a blessing to see you this morning. I hope you are well and eager to hear a message from the Bible today. I love sharing and I know you love listening.

Today we will learn about how to be great. Yep, that’s what I said -- how to be great!

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