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Proper 10 (Year C)

The Law commands that “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart … and your neighbor as yourself.” Christ Jesus demonstrated this love; with divine compassion He saved us from all evil, taking our sin and death upon Himself and bearing them to the cross. He binds up our wounds with the healing balm of His Gospel and brings us into His Church, where He cares for us at His own expense. He tells us to “go, and do likewise,” and by faith we share this love with our neighbor.

Pastor Nettleton's message (mp3)

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Proper 09 (Year C)

Christ sends out His messengers like lambs in the midst of wolves. Our only advantage is the sacrifice of His cross, by which God’s kingdom has come near; we do not “boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Wherever this Gospel enters, Satan is cast out “like lightning from heaven.” Then, beneath the cross of Jesus, we are restored: sated with the pure milk of the Word and enabled by the Holy Spirit to “bear one another’s burdens” in love.

Pastor Nettleton's message (mp3)

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Proper 08 (Year C)

When Elijah despaired for his life, the Lord made Himself known to the prophet not in wind, earthquake or fire, but in a whisper. Today God whispers through His messengers who prepare the way for Him, those who put their hand to the plow of preaching, who proclaim the kingdom of God without looking back. They preach that despite the power of the Law, with its “yoke of slavery,” Christ has set us free by the power of God, achieving our salvation through the Gospel of forgiveness.

Pastor Nettleton's message (mp3)

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Proper 07 (Year C)

The Lord calls even those who do not seek Him or ask for Him. He spreads out His hands and invites them to dwell in peace upon His holy mountain. We who are enslaved by the assaults of the devil are set free by the Word of Christ. We are brought into the Lord’s house, fully clothed in Christ; He has fulfilled the Law on our behalf, redeemed us from its every accusation, justified us by His grace through faith in His Gospel and declared each of us “no longer a slave, but God’s child.

Guest Pastor Schmook’s message (mp3)

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Trinity Sunday (Year C)

The divine Word of the Father is also the holy Wisdom who “was beside Him, like a master workman,” who “was daily His delight, rejoicing before Him always.” This Word became flesh and suffered death in order to bestow life. The Father glorified Him by raising Him from the dead, so that all who keep His Word will never see death. As He “received from the Father the promise of the Holy Spirit,” so it is by and through the Son that God the Father pours out the Holy Spirit upon His Church.

Pastor Nettleton’s message (mp3)

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