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Sermons on Pentecost

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It’s Greek to Me  Click here Click title to view sermon Acts 2: 1–21
Acts 2: 1–11 for LFM
Summary: Differences in language can frustrate and confuse people and lead to conflict, a reality that the Bible speaks about in the story of the Tower of Babel. The story of Pentecost reverses this confusion of tongues, as the Holy Spirit enables the apostles to speak in languages that members of the crowd understand. This is a sign of the creation of true community centered in Jesus Christ. Because the gospel can be proclaimed in all languages, this community can be sustained and can grow.
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How the Spirit Helps Us Hear  Click here Click title to view sermon Acts 2: 1–21
Summary: On the day of Pentecost, we observe God’s gift of the Spirit. This gift creates the church, and also empowers the church to effectively communicate the Gospel to a world that, for many different reasons, may find it hard to hear.
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Resurrection Surprise  Click here Click title to view sermon John 20: 19–23
Summary: The risen Christ didn’t speak and act like someone who had been betrayed and murdered. He was the same Jesus who had proclaimed and shown the love of God in his ministry, and came with words about peace and forgiveness. The fact that he has been raised means that love, peace and forgiveness are the ultimate future of the world. The gift of the Holy Spirit to the church empowers it to carry on the mission in the world.
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The Democracy of the Spirit  Click here Click title to view sermon Acts 2: 1–21
Acts 2: 1–11 for LFM
Summary: God has given the Spirit to every believer as a gift to empower all believers equally to participate in the life and ministry of the church.
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With Strings Attached  Click here Click title to view sermon 1 Corinthians 12: 3b–13
Summary:  God’s gifts always and forever have strings attached. Yet, they’re not the sort of strings that can be used to yank the gift back again. Rather, they connect us to one another, in community — and to God.
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