Isaiah 42:13-14 Shrieks of God

Hi Family! We hear a lot in the Bible about God as a Warrior. In Isaiah 42 we hear how God “shrieks” in battle, but also how God “shrieks” as He’s in the delivery room This is weird, but it’s in God’s Word.

What do these two “cries” have to do with God? And more importantly, what do they have to do with you?

Readings for Lent 4: Isaiah 42:14-21; Psalm 142; Ephesians 5:8-14; John 9

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I love you guys! Dad

Isaiah 7 & Matthew 1: Christmas Crossroads

Good day Family!!

It’s almost Christmas! Are you listening to your favorite Christmas songs? Are you watching some of your favorite Christmas movies? As you know, A Christmas Carol (the 1951 version with Alistair Sim) is my favorite. The three spirits visit Scrooge who is at a crossroad in his life at Christmastime.

The Bible tells of Christmas crossroads as well.

Readings for Advent 4: Isaiah 7:10-17; Psalm 24; Matthew 1:18-25

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Have a WONDERFUL week this week as we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus! He’s the reason for the Season afterall.

I love you guys! Dad

Luke 21:8, 13 What Time Is It?

Hello Family! Do you know what time it is? It’s time to begin plans for Thanksgiving and Christmas!! But there’s more to time than simply time itself. Have you made plans for the time when the time comes when there is no more time? That’s what Jesus tell His disciples in today’s Gospel reading.

The Christian Church is winding down the Church Calendar. There are only a couple of Sundays remaining until the Christian Church begins Its new year with Advent 1. So, this is the time to consider what time it is. Not only today, but everyone should consider the time each and every day, for the time is at hand.

Readings for the 2nd Last Sunday in the Church Year: Malachi 4, Psalm 98, 2Thessalonians 3:1-13, Luke 21:5-36

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I love you guys! Dad

Luke 18:1 The Widow Within

Hi Family!

How’s your prayer life? For what do you pray? Prayer is a gift God gives you, especially for spiritual warfare. Jesus tells us that we should pray consistently AND not give up hope.

Readings for Proper 24C: Genesis 32:22-30; Psalm 121; 2Timothy 3:14-4:5; Luke 18:1-8

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I love you guys! Dad

Psalm 66:5 E Pluribus Unum

Constitutional Convention 1787

Hi Fam! It’s Independence Day Weekend! The 4th of July, 1776. The birthday of our country and the birthday of our freedom! I hope you all love your country and what it all means.

E pluribus unum is our country’s motto officially adopted by the Act of Congress in 1782. It’s Latin for Out of Many, One.

Psalm 66 calls many into One freedom as well—in Jesus only.

Readings: Isaiah 66:10-14, Psalm 66:1-9, Galatians 6:1-10, 14-18, Luke 10:1-20

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I love you guys! Dad

Psalm 143:3-4, 7 When It Rains, It Pours!

When it rains, it pours! Have you ever had this happen in your life?

Hi Family!

Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, when you think that things are chuggin’ along, it begins to rain. And then there are times when it pours! It’s one thing after another after another. These are the times when a person feels physically, emotionally, and spiritually drained. A person can feel like there’s absolutely no hope. Where do we turn in times of deluge? We turn where King David turned. We turn to God and His Messiah!

Readings for Pentecost Day: Genesis 11:1-9, Psalm 143, Acts 2:1-21, John 14:23-31

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I love you guys! Dad

Psalm 23:4 Mom Can’t Always Be There

A Blessed & Happy Mothers’ Day!!

Hi Fam!

It’s Mother’s Day, so give thanks to God for Mom. She’s the best and has a real mother-shepherd’s heart for each and every one of you. God gives you one Mom!

Mom’s been there for each of you through thick and thin. I don’t have to tell you that. And Mom will be there for every day praying and willing to help. But Mom can’t be all the time. That’s where Psalm 23:4 comes in!

The 4th Sunday of Easter (Good Shepherd Sunday) Readings: Acts 20:17-35, Psalm 23, Revelation 7:9-17, John 10:22-30

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I love you guys! Dad

Psalm 148:14 Live In Reveille, Not In Taps

Reveille: The call that the new day is here!

Readings for the Second Sunday of Easter: Acts 5:12-21, Psalm 148, Revelation 1:4-18, John 20:19-31

Hi Fam!

Easter is FARRRR from over. In fact, it’s just begun! The Christian Church celebrates 7 weeks of Easter as one, long day!

What makes you afraid? Do you stand up in your faith and live it out? Is the risen Jesus something to be proud of and tell others about Him? There are a lot of things in this world that can make us afraid, or doubt, or whatever. But that’s living a life under taps. God wants His people to live in Reveille!

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I love you guys! Dad

Psalm 138:1-2 New Windows. New Vision

What’s your view in life?

Hi Family! What kind of window do you have in your life? How do you “see” things in this world? In your life? With your relationship to God?

The readings for today give us a clear vision of God in Jesus Christ! Love, Dad

Isaiah 6:1-8 Psalm 138 Luke 5:1-11

Here’s the Message: New Windows

Psalm 91 Getting To Know You

Getting To Know You

Here’s my sermon for Epiphany 3 on Psalm 91