Stand Firm

The Prophet Daniel was the first person in the Bible to mention an “Abomination of Desolation,” but Jesus picks up on this theme and mentions it again, hundreds of years later. Many have seen the fulfillment of this prophecy in various events in history, but there is reason to believe that it also points towards a future event in addition to the ones which have already taken place. What does this prophecy mean for us today? How are we to endure in the face of persecution?

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Put the Car in Drive

Your car probably has a lever that you pull to change from park to drive or reverse. If you want to get to a particular destination, you have to move that lever into the “drive” position, otherwise you will just remain where you are. In the Letter to the Hebrews, the author is encouraging a group of believers to grow up in their faith, moving beyond where they are to where God is calling them to be. As Christians, we must never remain stagnant, rather we should always be moving towards the Lord and his plans for us. To do so, we can’t remain in park, we need to put the car in drive.

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Looking Out for Number One

The way of the world tells us that we need to look out for number one (ourselves) and fight our way to the top. Jesus tells us that the way of his kingdom is very different “If anyone would be first, he must be last of all and servant of all” (Mark 9:35). How do we follow Jesus’ instruction in a world where everyone is fighting for themselves?

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Passing the Mantle

2018-07-29 – Year B – Pentecost – 7-24 – The Rev. Christopher M. Klukas 2 Kings 2:1-15; Psalm 114; Ephesians 4:1-16; Mark 6:45-52   Christian Calling “Vocare” Latin for “call…

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Chosen by God

Sermon 2018-07-15 – Year B – Pentecost 7-10 – The Rev. Christopher M. Klukas Amos 7:7–15; Psalm 85; Ephesians 1:1–14; Mark 6:7–13   Picking teams in school Team captains alternate…

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