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Sermon for Whitsunday

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Things come in three’s in Christianity. We hear three Scripture lessons every Sunday. Today, the Day of Pentecost, is the third major festival of the church year, along with Christmas and Easter. The three persons of the Trinity, of course, permeate the entire Christian life, from baptism to eternal life. Today, however, I’d like to focus on another set of three, viz. three books for the Lutheran confirmand. We all need these three books, for they teach us all that we need to know for our faith and life.


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