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Sermons on Proper 28

You searched for sermons preached on: Proper 28, Cycle C
 
Beginnings, Endings and the Enduring Nature of Life   Click title to view sermon Luke 21: 5–19
Summary: Jesusí view of the coming disaster in Jerusalem becomes an occasion for our understanding of the role of suffering in our lives and in our world.
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C Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 25
Christians Who Haven't Got a Prayer   Click title to view sermon Luke 21: 5–19
Summary: Worldwide, Christians are the most persecuted religious group, and it is getting worse. Even though we Christians in America seldom suffer persecution, we cannot read Scripture long before discovering that persecution is often the result of being a faithful witness to Jesus Christ. But whether we personally are persecuted or not, we need to stand, in every way that we can, with those who are.
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C Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 24
The Danger of Safety   Click title to view sermon Luke 21: 5–19
Summary: Although contemporary Christians rarely face outright persecution, they can confront the evil in society. If persecution caused early Christians to renounce their faith, apathy can sap the faith of todayís Christians. Godís grace enables us to endure so that our faith grows.
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C Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 26
When Will This Be?   Click title to view sermon Luke 21: 5–19
Summary: It is inevitable that we ask questions about the future. Far better, however, is to trust in Godís goodness and live with integrity. The future will make itself known soon enough.
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C Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 25
Working Woes   Click title to view sermon 2 Thessalonians 3: 6–13
Summary: Work is a worthwhile thing. We will not always enjoy it, and we benefit from vacations. But when we do work, neither shirking our tasks nor overworking gives glory to God. What does glorify him is honest labor, done diligently, and kept in balance with the rest of our lives.
Cycle RCL BCP Catholic Lutheran Clip Art
C Proper 28 Proper 28 Ordinary Time 33 Pentecost 25
 
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