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Sermons about Lent 5

You searched for sermons preached on: Lent 5, Cycle B
 
A Great Day Coming  Click here Click title to view sermon Jeremiah 31: 31–34
Summary:  The ancient prophet, Jeremiah, was sure that a great day was coming. Easter underlines the eternal reality of Jeremiah’s vision.
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A Hope for Us  Click here Click title to view sermon Jeremiah 31: 31–34
Summary: The vision that Jeremiah proclaimed invites us to reclaim our identity as God’s people and step into a new future.
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How Big Is Our World?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 12: 20–33
Summary: Jesus saw the fulfillment of his call in the visit of Greek seekers; they remind us of the size of our world, under God’s love.
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Why the Cross Can't Be But Down To Size  Click here Click title to view sermon John 12: 20–33
Summary: No theological statement or theory can adequately explain the meaning of Christ’s death on the cross. Nonetheless, he said that when he was “lifted up,” crucified, he would draw people to him. That has been the case through the centuries. Many are attracted to Jesus the crucified Lord, and changed forever by coming to the cross.
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Lift High the Cross  Click here Click title to view sermon John 12: 20–33
Summary: Jesus, despite his human fear, had no intention of stepping aside from the onrushing events that would lead to his death but also to the glorification of God. That’s why he came. We, the body of Christ, are also here for the glorification of God. But are we stepping out of the way of events to avoid both cross and glory?
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Powerful Attraction  Click here Click title to view sermon John 12: 20–33
Summary: Jesus uses the cross, an instrument of torture and death, to draw people to eternal life. In the Christian faith, it is often true that opposites attract.
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