1. Preachers can more deliberately make time to meditate deeply and quiet the clatter which keeps us from hearing the still, small voice of the Spirit.
  2. Regardless of why they happen, sermon flops do happen to all of us. So, what should you do next?
  3. The Church stands firm on the word of promise that Christ will one day return to change what we know by faith into sight.
  4. For Christians, Advent is the time when the Church patiently prepares for the coming of the Great King, Jesus the Christ.
  5. Whatever else may be said about the Last Day it consists of these two inseparable things: Christ’s coming and His kingdom people being gathered to Him.
  6. The name of God invites us on a journey to see how God will remain present with his people, listen to their cries for salvation, know their sufferings in such an intimate way so as to incarnate them in Christ.
  7. The words of Jesus shine with a graceful brilliance among the broken fragments of this world.
  8. We give thanks to the Lord for His victory over death and the grave both for those who are now with Him in glory and for ourselves even as we press forward in faithfulness awaiting the Day when our eyes will see Him.
  9. The phrase “works of the law” has an antithesis when it comes to righteousness—faith. What keeping the Law could not do, the gift of faith does.
  10. No efforts to create worship as a delectable dish to attract people to our services will ever work, because it is only what God gives to us in His Word and Sacrament that can satisfy the hungry and thirsty soul.
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