Sermons from February 2022

One Last Look

One last look! This is our last look at Jesus before he prepares to go to the cross in humility during the Lenten season. This final look is incredible. We catch a glimpse of his royal splendor shining forth. We hear his Father’s words of approval on his rescue mission. Join us at St. Paul’s as we see Jesus, the Son of God, transformed in all his full glory.

The Joseph Principle

Sermon Text: Genesis 45:3-8,15 “Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.” The words flow so easily as we pray the prayer Jesus taught us. Maybe they shouldn’t. Do we realize what we’ve been praying for all these times? Lord make ME as forgiving to others as YOU have been to me. That’s a tall, tall order. How have we been doing with that? This week an Old Testament Bible story teaches that important, yet challenging…

Blessed

Sermon Text: Luke 6:17-26 “Blessed” can be a popular thing to say. It’s also a fashion statement in home décor at Hobby Lobby. How does one determine if they are “Blessed”? Would you take an inventory of your life? “My health isn’t the worst. I’ve got a roof over my head and food in the fridge. I’ve got friends to talk to. I guess I am pretty blessed.” But what if some, or all of those things were taken away,…

Help Wanted

Sermon Text: Matthew 4:18-22 When you were looking for a job, where did you look? In the want ads of the newspaper? (How old are you?) On your laptop or phone? (Take your pick: Indeed or ZipRecruiter?) How about the Bible? That’s right, God offers a job that requires no resume or interview. In this Sunday’s Bible Story Jesus is looking for followers who are willing to do some fishing. Join us as Jesus posts a job (fishing) and even…