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Sermons on Proper 28

You searched for sermons preached on: Proper 28, Cycle B
 
Forgiven and Free   Click title to view sermon Hebrews 10: 11–14
Summary: Accepting the forgiveness won for us by Jesus Christ is one of the most difficult — yet also among the most essential — of Christian disciplines.
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B Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 25
Not a Payback Kind of God   Click title to view sermon Hebrews 10: 11–18
Summary: The way in which we use words can confuse the meaning. This is certainly true about the word “sacrifice.” We may think of sacrificing as a way of paying back God, who, it turns out, is not interested in paybacks. The sacrifice of Jesus is far greater than any payback because it Jesus was more interested in bringing us to God, in making us holy, than he was in giving God a sacrifice. We are offered many quick fixes for a holy and satisfying life but there is only one genuine article.
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B Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 23
The Scarlet Letter S   Click title to view sermon Hebrews 10: 11–18
Summary: We are often willing victims of sin. It can take over our lives, even destroy us. The New Testament insists that we can be reconciled to God, can have our guilt dissipated, and know without a doubt that we are forgiven. God can heal us and make us whole persons.
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B Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 24
What Worship Accomplishes   Click title to view sermon Hebrews 10: 11–25
Hebrews 10: 11–18 for LFM
Summary: Jesus was not sacrificed to placate God. Jesus’ sacrifice did not make God love us more or make God willing to forgive us. God has always been willing to forgive us. Yet God was acting on the cross for our sakes, to heal our sins. In a way we can never fully explain, Christ’s sacrifice has taken away the guilt for our sin. The sacrifice changed the equation for our guilt. Jesus’ one-time sacrifice reconciled us to God.
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B Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 24
 
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