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%% Off-list responses requested %% RE: Evangelical Covenant Church

Hi, It's been kind'a quiet here... so maybe you won't mind helping me as I wrestle with an issue... --- but responses should probably be OFF LIST please!!! A
spikerev1
3:49 PM
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Sermon on John 10:11

In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of theHoly Spirit. Amen! Text: John 10:11-18 Theme: I Am the Good Shepherd Date: April 20, 1997,
pdtm4848
10:48 AM
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Sermon - Acts 4:5-13

Here is a sermon I preached Sunday, based on this coming Sunday's First Reading. It may be helpful to know that this sermon makes use of pictures and outline,
EZacharias
9:33 AM
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Re: Children’s Message: PeaceBe With You, John 20.19-31

True, Gleason. That distinction is good for adults to make--I wouldn't think so for kids who are trying to make sense of the crucifixion. Eric
EZacharias
Apr 11
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Re: [pericope] Children’s Message: PeaceBe With You, John 20.19-31

Pastor Zacharias, Thanks. I'll steal many of your words. But, your message used "died for our sin" and that brings up a question of agency. I used "killed" to
Gleason & Doris Snashall
Apr 11
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Re: Children’s Message: PeaceBe With You, John 20.19-31

Gleason, That is a good way to go about the children's message. My children are on the younger side, so I might do something more like the following, focusing
EZacharias
Apr 11
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Re: Was death a punishment, or only the consequence

Scott, I would agree with your thought that death is both consequence and punishment for their disobedience. Perhaps it is more consequence than punishment;
EZacharias
Apr 11
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Was death a punishment, or only the consequence

Would you say that death was a punishment for Adam and Eve's sin of rebellion, or was it only the consequence for disobedience to God's commandment. I
slstrohkirch
Apr 11
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Children’s Message: Peace Be With You, John 20.19-31

I need to keep this simple and short. This is version 1. After Jesus was killed, his disciples were terrified that the Jewish leaders would have them killed.
gleason_snashall
Apr 11
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Philippians 2:5-11 (esp. 9-11); 6th Sun. in Lent (Palm/Passion Sun.)

“God Exalted Jesus To Be Glorified Above All for the Father’s Glory” In the name of the Father and of the X Son and of the Holy Spirit. [Amen.] Grace,
Thomas Handrick
Apr 11
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1 John 1:1-2:2 (esp. 2:1-2); 2nd Sun. of Easter; Aprl 12, 2015; LSB-

“The Righteous Resurrected Christ Is Our Advocate and Propitiation” In the name of the Father and of the X Son and of the Holy Spirit. [Amen.] Grace,
Thomas Handrick
Apr 11
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Re: Lord's Prayer in TLH // WAS: Stand or Not

Thank you! This is very, very helpful; and I will be able to pass it along to the person who asked the question and I think they will also find this response
spikerev1
Apr 9
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Re: Lord's Prayer in TLH // WAS: Stand or Not

From Dr. Eckardt: “Why does the pastor alone say the Lord’s Prayer sometimes?” An excerpt from Why? A Layman’s Guide to the Liturgy by Burnell Eckardt
Brandon Scott Jones
Apr 9
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Re: Lord's Prayer in TLH // WAS: Stand or Not

Well remember Luther started that trend. The Roman Mass was not a participatory service, it was mainly observed while all the back and forth was done by choirs
Stewart Marshall
Apr 9
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Re: Lord's Prayer in TLH // WAS: Stand or Not

If you want to buy it you can go to Alibris. (I think that is the name) I dislike that they keep changing stuff as it means more books for the library and new
Stewart Marshall
Apr 9
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