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Sermons about Lent 3

You searched for sermons preached on: Lent 3, Cycle C
 
Change, Mister?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 1–9
Summary: Jesus tells his listeners that everybody needs to change something in his or her life. It’s not only the openly flagrant sinners who need to repent, but also each one of us needs to turn away from sin, and turn towards God. The danger of delaying our response to God is that we become so enmeshed in our sins that by the time we try to escape, it’s too late. Like the gardener in the parable of the fig tree, Jesus has requested more time for us.
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Realignment and Fruitfulness  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 1–9
Summary: Jesus uses the occasion of a question about a human tragedy to call his audience to a life of ongoing repentance as a means to faithful living. The end of such living is the bearing of fruit for God’s mission. This text emphasizes the seriousness of God’s call, but also testifies to God’s patience in achieving his ends.
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The Lesson of Siloam  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 1–9
Summary: Christianity offers no theological solution or simplistic answer to natural disasters and great calamities. Instead, we point to the cross of Christ and insist that there is no evil so dark that God cannot bring good out of it. We cannot make sense out of the capriciousness of nature and the randomness with which natural catastrophes strike. But we can experience the power of resurrection in this life, discovering that in Christ, even when we have lost everything, we have, in fact, not lost everything.
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Wrong Question, Right Answer  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 1–9
Summary: Tragedies happen every day to people of all walks of life. While the response to these is often to ask, “Why did God allow this to happen?” or simply, “Why, God?” Jesus used two tragedies from his day to direct attention to repentance and faith.
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Timing Is Everything  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 1–9
Summary: We don’t have unlimited opportunities to respond to Jesus Christ. It’s time to turn ourselves around and be faithful and fruitful.
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