Posts with the tag “sacrament”
Sermon for Sexagesima, AD 2022
February 21st, 2022
Jesus tells a parable of the sower who sows one seed in four different places. Only in the good soil does the seed grow into a plant that yields a harvest, but in the good soil it yields a great harve...
Sermon for the Last Sunday of the Church Year, AD 2021
November 22nd, 2021
“Wake, awake for night is flying!” the watchmen on the heights are crying, “Awake, Jerusalem arise!” Wake, and be watchful, for the bridegroom is coming! Get ready! This is what Jesus’ parable tells y...
Weekday Devotion: Psalm 46
October 22nd, 2020
These are the words of a strong childlike faith. We are God’s children through faith in Christ Jesus. If we are in trouble or distress, where will we flee? We will flee to God, for he is our refuge an...
Sermon for the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost, AD 2020
October 5th, 2020
Although rejected by men, Christ would become the chief cornerstone of the new structure, setting every angle of the building....
Sermon for the Funeral of Phillip G. Gerk, Feast of St. Michael and All Angels, September 29, AD 2020
October 1st, 2020
Two of the readings for today describe names being written – one in the book, and one in heaven. These are one in the same. Those whose names are written in heaven, in the book of life, are those who ...