Sermons from February 2024

The Cross

Just so that you know what you are in for this weekend at St. Paul’s.  Our attention is going to be glued to the most recognizable of all Christian symbols – the cross.  St. Paul’s Church was designed in the shape of a cross.  And, as you enter the worship space your eyes can’t help but look up at the cross, the largest object in our church.  Yes, Jesus died on the cross to provide our forgiveness.  In today’s lesson,…

Why me?

Why me? Why am I going through this? Every Christian asks themselves these questions over the course of their life. We ask out loud because we are anticipating some answer to make sense of our lives lived as followers of Jesus. This Sunday’s lessons shine a light on some of God’s answers to those questions. Join us to find out that our God always has a reason. He sent His Son to this world of sinners for a purpose. He…

Transfiguration

“This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.” Only one individual in history has ever received an approval like that from God. And he heard it twice. At Jesus’ Baptism he heard it, and again at his Transfiguration. This Sunday we celebrate the Transfiguration of Jesus. Inspiration, a choir from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, will be part of our celebration. Join us on Sunday at 9:30 am and find out why these words from God…

Jesus Drowns Our Demons

In a recent Gallup poll, 55% of Americans believe the devil is real. God’s Word would tell us that the devil is 100% real. He also has a group of fallen angels called demons that are also very real, plenteous, and dangerous. But what this Sunday’s message at St. Paul’s centers around isn’t just the reality of the devil and demons, but the undoing of the devil’s work. And what’s more, through his powerful Word, Jesus gives us the power…