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Many will hear the Word in vain. Don’t be one of them!

Right Click to Save Sermon for Sexagesima 2 Corinthians 11:19-12:9  +  Luke 8:4-15 The parable of the sower. One of my favorites. It’s such a vivid picture of what happens when the word of God is preached, how it falls … Continue reading

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The Holy Spirit tends to the seed He has planted

right-click to save, or push Play Sermon for Sexagesima 2 Corinthians 11:19-12:9  +  Luke 8:4-15 The seed in Jesus’ parable fell on four different kinds of soil. Or better, there were three out of four scenarios in which a set … Continue reading

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Hearing the Word with a noble and good heart

right-click to save, or push Play Sermon for Sexagesima Isaiah 55:10-13  +  2 Corinthians 11:19-12:9  +  Luke 8:4-15 The Word of God—what is it? It’s every word that’s written in the Holy Scriptures, which holy men of God wrote down … Continue reading

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God’s Word doesn’t always fall on good soil

right-click to save, or push Play Sermon for Sexagesima Isaiah 55:10-13  +  2 Corinthians 11:19-12:9  +  Luke 8:4-15 The parable of the sower and the seed is one of Jesus’ best-known parables. And it’s really pretty easy to understand, because … Continue reading

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Luther Sermon for Sexagesima

SERMON FOR SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY by Martin Luther TEXT: Luke 8:4-15 (KJV). I. THE NATURE OF THE WORD SPOKEN HERE. 1. This Gospel treats of the disciples and the fruits, which the Word of God develops in the world. It does … Continue reading

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