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Sermons about Easter 7

You searched for sermons preached on: Easter 7, Cycle C
 
Concluding With an Invitation  Click here Click title to view sermon Revelation 22: 12–21
Summary: From its earliest chapters, the Bible is a book of invitation. It’s appropriate therefore that the concluding paragraphs should spell out the invitation one more time -- and with a warning.
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Praying for the Impossible  Click here Click title to view sermon John 17: 20–26
Summary: If we believe that possibilities are limited and that boundaries are set, then praying for the impossible makes no sense. But if we believe in God’s power, love and goodness, then our prayer may be cooperation with his will. It may even be that our prayer, which is a new element in the situation, will be part of the means by which God’s will is done.
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God’s T–Shirt  Click here Click title to view sermon John 17: 20–26
Summary: The first-century faithful were diverse religiously, ethnically and culturally, but they found unity believing in a suffering Messiah through whom God dwelt in their midst, who on their behalf brought that suffering home to God. Our unity is also found in the suffering Messiah, whom we share with all branches of our faith.
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The Alpha and the Omega  Click here Click title to view sermon Revelation 22: 12–20
Summary:  The God who created the world out of nothing and who, at the creation, brought order to chaos, is stronger than the power of nihilism and chaos yet today. God, not despair or destruction, will have the last word.
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Jesus Wants Us to Be Like God  Click here Click title to view sermon John 17: 20–26
Summary: The Christian community is to be in unity like the Father and the Son and the Spirit. The key to that unity is love — the love that is God, that God shows for us and that we are to have for one another. For the church to be a loving community is a way of reaching out to the world. The church, imperfect in its love, is still under the cross as it lives in the hope of resurrection.
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