There’s really only one good way to discuss politics in a sermon…and this is it…

(And no, that’s not the subject of the sermon)

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Listen in and find out what it is about:  What is really possible?

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Thanks, Pastor Mark.

And thanks to flickr and DonkeyHotey, for the photo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Don’t let the yoke be on you (unless it is His yoke).

 Listen in to Pastor Mark Anderson’s sermon: 

 > ‘the Yoke of Religion‘.  (17 mins.)

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What exactly did Jesus mean when He told us that He wanted to give us rest and that His yoke was easy?

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The root of our objections to the complete and total grace of God (re-post)

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A couple of times during the class Pastor Mark asked the question, “You still want to be a Lutheran?”

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click >The root of the Old Adam’s resistance to unconditional grace

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Thanks for the class, Pastor Mark.

And thanks to flickr and Michelle.oliveira82, for the photo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Stone large enough to carry all the weight.

 

Can we figure it out? Can we handle the burdens?

Listen to Pastor Mark’s sermon for the 8th Sunday after Pentecost:

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 click > Can we handle this world and our lives?

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Thank you, Pastor Mark. 

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And thanks to flickr and birder_bob, for the photo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Two different streams of Christianity. Presented and compared below.

I posted this one several years ago. But it’s time to hear it again. Plus, there are a lot of visitors here who are fairly new and I’d like them to hear this. If they will. 

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Listen in >   The Two Christian Paradigms

    (the story of Jesus and Nicodemus)  

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Thanks, Pastor Mark.

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And thanks to flickr and tomfinken, for the photo.

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Why did Jesus make so much wine? (180 gallons)

 

Wasn’t that going just a bit too far?  Would not 20, or 30, or 50 gallons have been sufficient?

Listen in and get Pastor Mark’s take on the question:

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click > Why so much wine? ( 180 gallons)

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Thank you, Pastor Mark.

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And thanks to flickr and Emmasin, for the photo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 Minute Daily Word.com

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My goal is to get up in the neighborhood of 4 million hits a day on

 http://1minutedailyword.com/ 

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Pastor Mark  (it’s a mirror blog of his blog – link on site)  isn’t into numbers, and rightfully so, but I’d like to get 4 million people a day to read these Christ-centered daily devotionals, because the gospel is there. Christ is there.  And where the gospel is, faith can be born… or kept burning.

We are ‘well’ short of a million hits a day.  But we’re going to keep them coming as long as Pastor Mark will write them, and there are ears to hear (eyes to read).   More people are learning about them everyday.

So, send them to friends and family…and even the occasional enemy. And keep Romans 1:16 close to heart.

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Thanks, and God bless you.

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Thank you to Chris Yarzab, for his great photo.

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