Pentecost Sunday, May 31, John 7:37-39 – Jesus, speaking of the Holy Spirit, said that “streams of living water” will flow from within those who believe, and invited all who are thirsty to come to him and drink. He said this on the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles. We will look at how these words fit connected with the Feast and what the mean for us as disciples of Jesus.
Trinity Sunday, June 7, Genesis 1:1-2:4a, Acts 2;14a, 22-36, Matthew 28:16-20 –On this Trinity Sunday, we will explore the doctrine of the Trinity and its implications for us as believers. While the word Trinity does is not found in the Bible, God clearly reveals Himself as three persons in one divine being. As we consider this, we will turn to both the small catechism and the Athanasian creed to define our faith and response to this teaching.
Wisdom for Life – Summer Sermon Series
This summer sermon series will take us into the book of Proverbs, looking at God’s wisdom for life. In the book of Proverbs God teaches us the essence and goal of a Christian life. Taking this to heart will result in a deeper, more fulfiling relationship with God. We will not be able to cover everything Proverbs has to offer in these 14 weeks, but we will unpack some of it.
June 14 – Proverbs 1:-2, 22, 32-33; 2:3-6; 3:5-8; 8:27-31; 1 Corinthians 1:20-25; Matthew 25:1-13 – The contrast between wisdom and foolishness.
June 21 – Proverbs 1:7, 14:26-27; 28:14; 16:3; 3:19-20; Eccl. 1:2-3, 12:13-14; Revelation 15:1-4; Matthew 10:27-33 – The fear of the Lord.
June 28 – Proverbs 4:23-26; 16:2; 20:9; 27:19; Hebrews 10:19-22; Matthew 15:10-20 –This week we learn to take an honest appraisal of our hearts and look at the kind of heart God wants us to have.