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Latest podcast episodes about advent sermon

Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX
Second Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2022 'Three Acts of the Life of St John the Baptist'

Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 20:32


Second Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2022 'Three Acts of the Life of St John the Baptist'

Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX
Third Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2022 'Three Episodes from the Life of Our Lady for Advent'

Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 20:32


Third Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2022 'Three Episodes from the Life of Our Lady for Advent'

Pastor Plek's Podcast
Finding Peace during the Holidays

Pastor Plek's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 32:08


177: Pastor Plek, Catie Sas, Jacob Laldin, and Ashley Elliot recap the Advent Sermon on Peace and spending time with family over the holidays.Want to submit a question? Call or text 737-231-0605!Faith, Culture, and all things in between.Support the show: https://wbcc.churchcenter.com/givingSupport the show

Be With Him | Be Like Him
A Weary World Rejoices: Love

Be With Him | Be Like Him

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 33:59


Pastor Steve, finishes up our Advent Sermon series with the fourth message titled "A Weary World Rejoices: Love" Taken from our full Sunday Morning Worship Service on December 18, 2022.

Little Trinity
Advent Sermon SeriesTraditional Christmas EveIsaiah 9:1-7, Luke 2:1-20 (T. Haughton)

Little Trinity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 26:34


Little Trinity
Advent Sermon SeriesTraditional Christmas DayIsaiah 9:2-7, Luke 2:1-20 (O. Lao)

Little Trinity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 22:57


GospelWay Baptist Church
Advent-ually: The Promise Consummated

GospelWay Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 38:23


An Advent Sermon from Revelations 21:1-5, Pastor Jeff Perry, 12/25/22

Little Trinity
Advent Sermon SeriesAll Ages Christmas EveIsaiah 9:2-7 (T. Haughton)

Little Trinity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 13:35


The Pastor Theologians Podcast
An Advent Sermon – Cory Wilson

The Pastor Theologians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 34:24


For this Advent/Christmas episode, we are featuring a sermon given by CPT fellow Cory Wilson at the beginning of the season of Advent. Merry Christmas, everyone!

Little Trinity
Advent Sermon SeriesBlue ChristmasIsaiah 40:1-8, 27-31, Matthew 11:25-30 (J. Beck)

Little Trinity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 24:21


saint benedict's table
For the Time Being | an Advent sermon

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 12:19


A  sermon by Jamie Howison from the 4th  Sunday in Advent, December 18, 2022. This sermon reflects on a section of W.H. Auden's long poem, For the Time Being: A Christmas Oratorio,  with he texts for the day being  Isaiah 35:1-10 and Matthew 11:2-11.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX
Fourth Sunday in Advent Sermon 12/19/2022

Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 23:57


Fourth Sunday in Advent Old Testament: Deuteronomy 18:15-19 Epistle: Philippians 4:4-7 Gospel: John 1:19-28 Resurrection's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkMElsXgDXU2QcBmC4fVwRw resurrectionfbg.org

Mount Pleasant Church Sermons
Episode 22: Joy of Every Longing Heart

Mount Pleasant Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 25:47


Fourth Sunday of Advent - Sermon for December 18, 2022. Pastor Dennis Ticen. Luke 1:46-55. Part 4 of "Roots."

Fear or Faith? Podcast
Episode 483 - On this last Sunday in Advent… (Sermon)

Fear or Faith? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 19:08


Sermon by Rev. E.B. Holschuh - On this last Sunday in Advent… (based on Matthew 1:18-25). Recorded 12/18/22 during 9am worship service at Zion Lutheran Church (LCMS) in Alamo, Texas.  Music by theLacesmusicdude from Pixabay.

Return To Tradition
The Mission Of The Angel Gabriel: Advent Sermon of St Bernard of Clairvaux

Return To Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 22:42


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Our Savior Lutheran-Grafton WI
December 18th 2022 Fourth Sunday of Advent Sermon

Our Savior Lutheran-Grafton WI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 20:42


Philippians 4:4-7 Rejoice In the Lord Always! 1.Because we have His peace 2.Because we can pray to Him 3.Because His return is near. Preacher: Rev. Charlie Papenfuss

East North Church
12.18.22 Advent Sermon Luke 2

East North Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 40:04


Luke 2 sermon preaching by Ethan Perkins 

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Talking About the Passion: Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Midweek Advent Sermon by Jeani Goodwin on Matthew 28

Talking About the Passion: Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:16


Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX
Third Sunday in Advent Sermon 12/11/2022

Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 19:01


Third Sunday in Advent Old Testament: Isaiah 40:1-11 Epistle: 1 Corinthians 4:1-5 Gospel: Matthew 11:2-11 Resurrection's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkMElsXgDXU2QcBmC4fVwRw resurrectionfbg.org

Our Savior Lutheran-Grafton WI
December 11th 2022 Third Sunday of Advent Sermon

Our Savior Lutheran-Grafton WI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 22:13


Isaiah 35 “The Way of Holiness” Preacher: Jeremiah Backhaus

Sermons from Seven Mile Waltham
03 You Are The Light Of The World

Sermons from Seven Mile Waltham

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 42:36


In this Advent Sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Matthew 5:13-16. In this famous passage, Jesus explores how the message of Advent propels us outward, on mission with the gospel of Christ. Jesus Christ, the light has stepped into the darkness so that we may be rescued. What do rescued sinners then do with this light? In Matthew 5:13-16, the "light" illustration turns to focus on the people of God. We are the light of the world. We are called to demonstrate the light of Christ and his kingdom through the character of our lives and the words of our mouths.

Return To Tradition
The Angel Gabriel & The Incarnation | Advent Sermon Of St Bernard of Clairvaux

Return To Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 17:40


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Sermons and Bible Studies from Pastor Carl Rockrohr
Advent Sermon - Wed., Nov 30 -“Isaiah 9:1 – A Savior to Defeat Satan for All the Nations”

Sermons and Bible Studies from Pastor Carl Rockrohr

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 12:43


Nov 30 - Isaiah 9:1 - Sermon notes click here During Advent and Christmas Zion Lutheran is reflecting upon the prophecy of Isaiah 9:1-7.  www.zionrco.org  

Sermons and Bible Studies from Pastor Carl Rockrohr
Advent Sermon - Wed., Dec 7 - ”Isaiah 9:2-3 - The Light and the Increase of Salvation Promised”

Sermons and Bible Studies from Pastor Carl Rockrohr

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 13:13


Dec 7 - Isaiah 9:2-3 - Sermon notes click here During Advent and Christmas Zion Lutheran is reflecting upon the prophecy of Isaiah 9:1-7.  www.zionrco.org

Talking About the Passion: Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Midweek Advent Sermon by Brandy Holloway on Matthew 18

Talking About the Passion: Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 9:11


Second in a series titled "Loving Jesus"Support the show

AZchurch.com
Wednesday Advent Sermon - November 30, 2022

AZchurch.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 17:06


Here at AZchurch.com, we're all about people because GOD is all about people. One of the ways we express our love for God is through our love for each other, and we do that by helping each person grow in their relationship with the Word. Our vision is to see God transform our neighbors, community, and the world as we connect people to Jesus.

Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX
Second Sunday in Advent Sermon 12/4/2022

Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 16:25


Second Sunday in Advent Old Testament: Malachi 4:1-6 Epistle: Romans 15:4-13 Gospel: Luke 21:25-36 Resurrection's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkMElsXgDXU2QcBmC4fVwRw resurrectionfbg.org

Making Christ Known
Pictures of Jesus (Rev. 2-3)

Making Christ Known

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:01


7 Pictures of Jesus from Revelation chapters 2 and 3. (An Advent Sermon with Luke 1:30f)

Mount Pleasant Church Sermons
Episode 20: Broken for Good

Mount Pleasant Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 24:04


Part 2 of "Roots" (Week 2 of Advent) - Sermon for December 4, 2022. Pastor Dennis Ticen. Genesis 32:22-28.

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The Heights Church - Sermons
The Song of the Angels | Advent 2022

The Heights Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 56:12


The following episode is a live recorded sermon from the Sunday gathering at The Heights Church Denver on 12/4/22 The Song of the Angels | Advent 2022 Dennis Flowers This past Sunday we continued our teaching on the “Songs of Advent” by looking at the song of the angels in Luke 2. We saw that Jesus came to being us holistic peace with God, with others, and with ourselves. For more information about The Heights Church, or to contact us, visit our website at TheHeightsDenver.com

Talking About the Passion: Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Midweek Advent Sermon by Daniel Thompson on 1 Corinthians 1:10-18

Talking About the Passion: Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 7:16


First in a series titled "Loving Jesus"Support the show

Rev. Michael Holmen's Sermons
221130 Midweek Advent Sermon on Hope (Advent 1 Midweek) November 30, 2022

Rev. Michael Holmen's Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022


 Audio recordingSermon manuscript:When I give Christian instruction with the Catechism I warn against using the phrase: “I swear to God.” Very often this phrase becomes a kind of verbal tick. It is similar to how people can fall into the habit of saying, “Oh my God,” or “Jesus,” when they are not in fact calling upon God for help in their trouble. They are taking God's Name in vain, that is, to no purpose. It is a misuse of God's Name when we say his Name and don't really mean it. God says in his Ten Commandments that he will not hold the person guiltless who misuses his Name. So if you say, “I swear to God,” you better be serious, saying something serious and very solemn, such as you would if you were giving testimony in court after having sworn to God. That is the purpose for swearing. It is to say something very serious and truthful. So what would it mean for God to swear? That is what you heard God do in our first reading from Genesis. We say, “I swear to God,” because by doing so we are calling upon someone much greater than ourselves. There is nothing greater than God, and so God swore by himself. Our reading says, “I have sworn by myself, declares the Lord, because you have done this thing and have not withheld your son, your only son, I will bless you greatly,” and so on. Swearing means we are to be very serious and very truthful. God already is always and only truthful. Then he swears on top of that. Then he makes his promises to Abraham. What would be the right way for Abraham to receive what God had said? Abraham should believe it. And, in fact, Abraham did believe God, and this was credited to him as righteousness. When God swears, you should believe it. God wanted Abraham to believe his promises. That is why God swore by himself. God wanted Abraham to have complete and unshakeable hope that God would do what he has promised. And, of course, since he is God, God can and will keep his promises. Likewise, you should believe what God has said to you. God has baptized you into his own holy Name. You were baptized in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Recall what Jesus and the Scriptures say about that baptism. It is a new birth, whereby you can see the Kingdom of God. Flesh and blood cannot see the Kingdom of God. Only those born by the water and the Holy Spirit may see the Kingdom of God. Your baptism is a union with Christ. By baptism you are united with Christ in a death like his, so you will be united with him in a resurrection like his. By being united with Christ through baptism you receive everything that is his—you receive Jesus's victory over the devil and death, Jesus's righteousness, Jesus's eternal life. All of this and more—in fact, everything—has been communicated to you in baptism. You know God did this to you. God joined his promise to water, so that it was not just words. It was an event. You know it happened. You need not have any doubt. I could speak more about baptism. I could speak very similarly about the other sacrament of the Lord's Supper. What tremendous promises are given through the body and the blood! I could speak of promises and declarations of Jesus and the Apostles that do not have the outward, physical element of a sacrament. So you should not foolishly think, “Wouldn't it be nice to be like Abraham? Wouldn't it be nice for God to swear by himself, and then promise to bless me?” That's foolish because what has been communicated to you isn't in any way inferior to what was communicated to Abraham. If anything, you have promises and signs that are more profound. What can be more profound than being joined together with God's Son or eating his body and drinking his blood? God has made his promises to you. He has an inheritance for you that is infinitely greater than the land of Canaan, which he promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. God solemnly and truthfully wants you to believe in this hope. May you be like Abraham. He believed God and it was credited to him as righteousness. May you be like Abraham, but it is harder than it sounds. Believing sounds like it should be easy, but, in fact, it must be worked by the Holy Spirit if it is to be genuine. For some reason we don't tend to think, first and foremost, of God's promises to us when we think about being Christians. When, for example, was the last time that you thought about all those riches of baptism that I laid out for you a minute ago? When was the last time you thought about you personally being united to Christ, united in his death, united in his resurrection, everything that Christ has is yours? Has it been a while? What, perhaps, have you been thinking about instead? Maybe you've been saying to yourself or to God, “Well, you see, I've been working on this self-improvement project, and that self-improvement project. I've almost licked this bad habit, and that bad habit is next on my list.” So on and so forth. By the way we talk to ourselves about ourselves, about our Christianity, you might be led to believe that our hope is not in what God can do for us, but in what we can do for ourselves—as though, first and foremost, we must be trying harder. That is ridiculous, however, if you'll only think about it. Imagine if Abraham had done that. God swears by himself, solemnly and truthfully: “I am going to bless you. I'm going to bless you like crazy.” And then Abraham responds by saying, “Well, you see, I've got this little project I'm working on for myself. I've made myself a list and every morning…” If Abraham were to respond to God in such a way, we'd have to say, “Uh, Abraham, I don't think you're paying attention. Didn't you just hear what God said? Why are you talking about yourself?” Abraham's strength and our strength is not and never will be in ourselves. The strength of God's people is and always will be in the promises of God. God says, “I have done this and that for you. I am doing this and that for you. I will do this and that for you.” God's actions—past, present, and future—are our hope as Christians. God's actions, promised to us in his Word, are what will make good things happen for us, and not our own actions. Christians, first and foremost, are receivers instead of doers. You see this in Abraham. God chose Abraham. God made his promises to Abraham. It was all up to God. So it is also with you. God chose you. God has made his promises to you. Why? Because God loves the unloveable. God loves you. God loves his Son, Jesus, who has joined himself to us sinners. God, then, accordingly, speaks lovingly to us. You are receivers of God's love through his promises. I'd like to remind you to enjoy that. God's enemies, including our own sinful flesh, do not want us to meditate on such things. God's enemies want us to think about almost anything else besides God's solemn and truthful promises of grace and salvation. God's enemies would rather us think about our self-improvement projects, if they can't get us to think of anything nastier—anything that will keep us from meditating on God's message of love to us sinners. I'm quite sure that God's enemies are to blame for why we don't think often on God's promises. But we should. And it's good. We will meditate on mere human words of love or human promises. I'm sure there's been times when someone you respect or love has said something nice to you. We like to mull those words over in our mind. We look at them from this angle, and from that angle. Or they've promised you something. With human promises, we don't even know if they can be delivered, and yet we mull them over. How will it be? What will it look like? That is what you should do with God's promises to you. Not only can you do this, it is, in fact, your strength as a Christian. The more you think about God's promises to you, the better off you'll be. The hope you have in God's promises is like an anchor for the soul, as our reading from Hebrews says. That anchor of hope holds firm and sure in God, who does not lie. The anchor holds no matter how hard the cold winds blow. This is what we see in Abraham and in all the examples of faith in the Bible. Their hope held firm in God's promise of grace to them. God was for them, they believed. Many and various things happened to them—even horrifying and tragic things occasionally happened to them—but God remains faithful. So do not imagine that it is indulgent or a waste of time to mull over and savor the goodness of God's promises to you. The more you think about what God has done to you and will do to you in baptism, the better. The more you believe that the body and the blood of Christ is effectual, beneficial, and salutary, the better. That is your strength. Hope is your strength. God will not disappoint you when you hope in him.

Trinity Lutheran Sheboygan
Advent Sermon: An Old Testament Christmas

Trinity Lutheran Sheboygan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 15:18


Support the show-----Trinity Lutheran Church, School and Child Care have been "Making Known the Love of Christ" in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and throughout the world since 1853 as a congregation gathering around God's Word and Sacraments to receive forgiveness and life everlasting. Trinity is located in downtown Sheboygan, only one block from the Mead Public Library and the Weill Center for the Performing Arts. We invite you to visit us in person!Trinity Lutheran Sheboygan is a proud member of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Visit their website: https://www.lcms.org/​​​​Music for this production was obtained through a licensing agreement with One License, LLC. The copyright permission to reprint, podcast, and record hymns and songs is acquired through ID Number: 730195-A#LCMS #Lutheran #DivineService

Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX
First Sunday in Advent Sermon 11/27/2022

Resurrection Lutheran Church Fredericksburg TX

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 16:06


First Sunday in Advent First Reading: Jeremiah 23:5-8 Epistle: Romans 13:8-14 Gospel: Matthew 21:1-9 Resurrection's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkMElsXgDXU2QcBmC4fVwRw resurrectionfbg.org

Out of Exile
FEED EXPIRING – Advent Sermon: “Trading Away Our Glory”

Out of Exile

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022


This is the audio (37:57, 26.3 MB) of a sermon preached at Center Church (EPC) of Grove City, PA, on November 27, 2022. The main texts are Genesis 1:26–31; 2:7; and 3:1–11. You can also watch the service on YouTube. Continue reading →

Little Trinity
Advent Sermon SeriesService of LamentPsalm 22, Psalm 23 (J. Beck)

Little Trinity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 16:15


The Heights Church - Sermons
The Kindness of God | Advent 2023

The Heights Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 34:52


The following episode is a live recorded sermon from the Sunday gathering at The Heights Church Denver on 11/27/22 The Kindness of God | Advent 2023 Dennis Flowers Today we look at Luke chapter 1 and reflect on the past kindness of God to kick off our first week of Advent! For more information about The Heights Church, or to contact us, visit our website at TheHeightsDenver.com

Sermons
Lost and Loving Darkness

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022


An Advent Sermon on John 3:16-21

GospelWay Baptist Church
Our Reigning King Returns

GospelWay Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 42:26


An Advent Sermon, Various Texts, 12/26/21

Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX
Fourth Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2021

Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 18:54


Fourth Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2021

The Heights Church - Sermons
The Supernatural Power of Normal Faithfulness - Advent

The Heights Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 41:49


The following episode is a live recorded sermon from the Sunday gathering at The Heights Church Denver on 12/12/21 We hear so much in our cultural moment about the importance of being someone who changes the world or achieves great things; but when we look at our lives, we often see the exact opposite of greatness: a normal, seemingly insignificant life. The Christmas story gives us a better word than our current culture does on this. When you look at how God chose to usher in his son into the world -- the most significant event in human history -- he chose to work through the normal, mundane, everyday faithfulness of seemingly insignificant people. Listen as Bryan looks through Luke 2 to show us the supernatural power of normal everyday faithfulness. The Supernatural Power of Normal Faithfulness - Advent Bryan Barley For more information about The Heights Church, or to contact us, visit our website at TheHeightsDenver.com

ISBC Sermon Podcast
A Lessons & Carols Advent Sermon 3 Hark the Herald Angels Sing

ISBC Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 30:02


ISBC Sermon Podcast
What Child Is This? Advent Sermon 2 - Colossians 1:15-20

ISBC Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 32:18


GospelWay Baptist Church
The Offspring of David

GospelWay Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 48:12


An Advent Sermon on the Offspring of David, Pastor Jeff Perry, 12/12/21

No Lasting City
Longing for Something Better - Advent Sermon from Psalm 8

No Lasting City

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 31:05


Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX
First Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2021

Sermons of Fr Paul Robinson SSPX

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 15:30


First Sunday of Advent sermon by Fr Paul Robinson 2021