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Looking for a Few Good Men (or Women)

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

Friends, HistoricLectionary.com has been in existence for many years. We have tried to provide resources, sermons, propers, and other information that is of benefit to churches and pastors who are using the historic one-year lectionary of the Western Church. It has, however, been somewhat dormant for the last few years. Since my move to California […]

Luther for Advent 2 (Luke 21:25-36)

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Christ predicted beforehand that the world would become so savage, coarse, greedy, and so on. Well then! That’s the way it is, and it is even going to get worse. that’s the way it was with Sodom in Lot’s day and worldwide at Noah’s time. All these things are told us for our comfort, warning, […]

Memorial Sermon for 9/11

Monday, September 24th, 2012

Sermon on Genesis 1:9-13;  St. John 7:37-39;  Revelation 22:1-5 9/11 Memorial Service 11 September 2012 Jesu Juva It’s called “Freedom Plaza.”  I hope you have all had a chance to mourn and to rejoice at the original site of the World Trade Center.  Read the names of all those who died in the tragedy, memorialized […]

Heermann on Lent 5 / Judica (John 8:46–59)

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Johann Heermann on Judica Sunday (John 8:46–59) Translation © Matthew Carver, 2012. Sure cure and remedy Against death’s potency In the name of Christ Jesus, our Physician, who has prescribed for us a tested remedy against death’s potency, and by His honest mouth assures that all orthodox hearts who use this medicine shall not taste […]

Heermann on Lent IV – Laetare (John 6)

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Johann Heermann on Laetare Sunday (John 6) Translation © Matthew Carver, 2012. Distich: In Jesus Christ the Lord rejoice! / Who with all joy His work employs. Invocation: …Following the admonition of David, who says “Delight in the Lord and trust in Him, and He will give you what your heart desires,” let us put […]