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Sermon for Sexagesima (St. Luke 8:4-15)

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

The Parable of the Sower is a vital gospel lesson on the Word of God, for here we learn about both its power and its sufficiency. The answers to two questions, along with some contrast to the church growth movement of the 1990’s, will guide our meditation on this parable:
1. Is the Word of God powerful?
2. Is the Word of God enough?

Lindemann on Sexagesima

Monday, February 28th, 2011

Apologies for posting this a week late. My little computer people went on strike. SEXAGESIMA Last Sunday’s Propers invited us to battle and labor. This Sunday’s emphasize the warning against “trusting in anything that we do.” The intrusion of self in any form will spoil our Lenten discipline. The spirit of self-seeking, or of self-trust, […]

Sexagesima – Luke 8:4-15

Friday, February 25th, 2011

In the Name of the Father and of the + Son and of the Holy Spirit We continue our Gesimatide series on the threefold focus of our Synod: WITNESS, MERCY, and LIFE TOGETHER. Last week we heard about the Father’s MERCY in choosing us to labor in His vineyard until we ascend with Him to […]

C.F.W. Walther on Sexagesima – Luke 8:4-15

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

A church in which human fancy and cleverness is preached instead of God’s Word is nothing else than an open door to hell, a shambles of Satan. It were better for one to go into a den of robbers and murderers than into such a church of unbelievers. Thieves would kill only his body, but […]

The Seed is the Word (Sexagesima 2010)

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Todd A. Peperkorn, STM Messiah Lutheran Church Kenosha, Wisconsin Sexagesima Sunday (February 7, 2010) Luke 8: 4-15 [podcast]http://public.me.com/toddpeperkorn/sermons/Sexagesima2010.mp3[/podcast] TITLE: “The Seed” Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. Our text is the parable of the Sower from Luke chapter 8. The seed is the Word. That is […]