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Throw Your Worries To The Lord -- Romans 8:31-39 -- Wesley T. Runk
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My Son, My Only Son! -- Genesis 22:1-14, Romans 8:31-39, Mark 8:31-38, Psalm 16 -- John A. Tenbrook -- Second Sunday in Lent - B -- 1993
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A woman made an appointment... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B -- 1994
A woman made an appointment with her pastor. She needed to talk with someone.
Orville was a six-year... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B -- 1994
Orville was a six-year-old boy, the last of several children born and raised in this farm house.
The intercessory activity of God... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B -- 1991
The intercessory activity of God is often worked through people.
(M,P,C)B... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B -- 1982
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(L)Before... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B -- 1982
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Viktor Frankl is well known... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B
Viktor Frankl is well known for his book, Man's Search For Meaning.
At one time, said Martin... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B
"At one time," said Martin Luther, "I was sorely vexed and tried by my own sinfulness, by the wicked
A pastor friend of mine... -- Romans 8:31-39 -- First Sunday in Lent - B
A pastor friend of mine reported on a visit he made to the Soviet Union.

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Nothing Can Separate Us From God's Love -- Romans 8:31-39 -- 2006
What, then, shall we say in response to this? If God is for us, who can be against us?
Proper 13 -- Exodus 12:1-14, Romans 8:31-39, Matthew 14:13-21 -- George M. Bass -- Proper 13 | Ordinary Time 18 - A -- 1989
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True Beauty -- Romans 8:31-39 -- Charles Cammarata, Charles Cammarata -- 2006
For a well-loved, elderly womanTrue Beauty
Channels Of God's Love -- Luke 5:12-26, Romans 8:31-39, Psalm 23, Psalm 27:1-6 -- Joe Barone, Charles Cammarata -- 2006
For one who openly acknowledged suffering from AIDS
Guilt And Grace -- Romans 8:31-39 -- 2000
Several years back I clipped out a newspaper article about a group of businessmen in Bellingham, Was
Finding Support -- Ecclesiastes 3:1-8, Psalm 129, Romans 8:31-39, John 14:1-14 -- Anthology -- 1998
for a young mother who fought cancer for six yearsElizabeth E. Conroy
Channels Of God's Love -- Psalm 23, Psalm 27:1-6, Luke 5:12-26, Romans 8:31-39 -- Joe Barone -- 1995
People who attend funerals in situations such as this often have a lot of unasked questions.
Channels Of God's Love -- Psalm 23, Psalm 27:1-6, Luke 5:12-26, Romans 8:31-39 -- Joe Barone -- 1995
People who attend funerals in situations such as this often have a lot of unasked questions.
God Turns Even Grief And Death Around -- Genesis 18:9-15, Romans 8:31-39, Luke 1:46b-55 -- Joe Barone -- 1995
Whenever I come to bury someone who’s lived in deep pain or great poverty, I’m almost overwhelmed.
What Shall We Say To This? -- Romans 6:1-11, Romans 8:31-39 -- Bob Kaul, Anthology -- 1994
In both of these passages from his letter to the Romans, Paul begins with a question that is probabl
Never Separated Death of an Alzheimer's Victim -- Romans 8:31-39 -- John M. Braaten, Anthology -- 1989
Who shall separate us from the love of God?
Victory Over Evil Violent Death -- Romans 8:31-39 -- Anthology
Harold G. Skinner
God's Everlasting Love A General Funeral Sermon -- Romans 8:31-39 -- Anthology
Stephen Youngdahl

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Trusting God's promises -- Exodus 12:1-14, Psalm 143, Romans 8:31-39, Matthew 14:13-21 -- Paul A. Laughlin -- Proper 13 | Ordinary Time 18 - A -- 1989
Exegetical note: Despite its centrality in the history of the Jewish people, the story of the Passov
Celebrate God's redemptive acts in history -- Exodus 12:1-14, Romans 8:31-39 -- Heth H. Corl -- Proper 13 | Ordinary Time 18 - A -- 1986
Call to WorshipPastor:
PROPER 13 -- Exodus 12:1-14, Romans 8:31-39, Matthew 14:13-21 -- Norman A. Beck -- Proper 13 | Ordinary Time 18 - A -- 1986
The proclamation of God's free, abundant, loving grace is the dominant theme of all of these texts.
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