Trinity 15 Sermon, 2020

When you study Creation and the Garden of Eden, a good question to ask is: “Why did God plant the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil?” The answer is this: faith in the Triune God is a tried and tested thing. Do you confess the truth of the Word of God in what […]

Trinity 14 Sermon, 2020

I’m not a doctor, but yesterday I did read most of an article from the CDC’s website. I’ll leave it up to you what lesson you can learn from that, but the recent outbreak shouldn’t surprise us, given the statistics. And the fear—that’s expected, too. Infection can damage the respiratory tract, we know that, but […]

Trinity 13 Sermon, 2020

Does Jesus ever lie? Of course not. But when Jesus says, “Do this, and you will live” (Luke 10:28), does He mean what He says? If the lawyer “does this,” if he loves God and neighbor, will he inherit eternal life—is that what Jesus means? Actually, yes. What Jesus says is, of course, true. Keep […]

Trinity 12 Sermon, 2020

“They brought to [Jesus] a man who was deaf and had a speech impediment, and they begged him to lay his hand on him” (Mark 7:32). You can’t do that today—or, you shouldn’t, because it’s not politically correct to assert that there’s something wrong with being deaf—or blind or mute or pro-choice or homosexual. To assert that ears […]

Trinity 11 Sermon, 2020

Jesus says, “Everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, but the one who humbles himself will be exalted” (Luke 18:14). The most obvious way that a man exalts himself is to boast like the Pharisee in the Temple. “I fast twice a week. I give tithes of all that I get.” Such shallow attempts to […]

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