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“Today’s Gospel lesson, Luke 2:22-40, seems perfect for the end of a year, almost any year but perhaps especially this one.  It’s the story of an old man holding a baby in his arms and...
“A pastor friend was hoping to counter all the commercial Christmas frenzy swirling about his children, and to teach them what the season was all about. So he sat down at the kitchen table with...
“Can you smell that?” asks Scott Spencer’s wife. “No dear,” he replies, not to fret her, but because he genuinely doesn’t smell it. Spencer, author and New Testament scholar, says of today’s passage, John 11:1-45,...
Today’s sermon, titled “Identity Statement” is based on Matthew 3:13-17, the baptism of Jesus.  Dr. Jim Somerville, Pastor of Richmond’s First Baptist Church and Co-Founder of A Sermon for Every Sunday, summarizes the account of...
“If the perfect Son of God were born into a perfect family, in a perfect way, in a perfect town, at a perfect time, then his message would probably only apply to perfect people,” says...
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