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These are all of the published sermons from Lord of Lords Lutheran church to date. Pastor Schurman records his sermon during the services; those recordings are later posted here for public access.

Is God Good to Those Who Love Him?

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Sermon Text: Psalm 73

Through Psalm 73, we see there are problems of this world and the wicked often seem to prosper, but we can be confident God is using them to strengthen our faith in Him.

When You Have Grown Weary in your Groaning

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Sermon Text: Psalm 6

Know the difference between God’s discipline and his punishment, ask the Lord to save you because of his grace, and know that the LORD hears your prayers.

The Reformation gives all glory to the true redeemer… Judas’ discipleship shows that God offers His grace even to the undeserving.

Jesus Came to Proclaim Our Salvation

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Sermon Text: Mark 1:29-39

Jesus came to proclaim our salvation from sickness that even infects believers, even for those who have rejected it, so that we are free to be with God.

You are Called to “Shine Forth” that the Lord is Coming

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Sermon Text: 1 Corinthians 7:29-31

We see our marriages are a mini-model for Christ and His church, we let our emotions be ruled by the fact that God is ruling all of creation for us, and we use this world’s temporal things in good stewardship as God has entrusted us.

Advent Means Receiving Gifts while Awaiting Our Savior

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Sermon Text: 1 Corinthians 1:3-9

We are reminded of the gifts given by God’s grace — not just Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love, but gifts that supply our every need — which we then share with others.

Staying Awake for Judgment Day means Producing Fruit

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Sermon Text: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11

We produce fruit from being engrafted to Christ, and that fruit grows in the light and nourishes.

The Reformation Reminds us not to be a Slave to the Debt of the Law

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Sermon Text: Galatians 5:1-6

We stand firm in the freedom Christ has won for us. Work-righteousness completely rejects Christ’s work, enslaves you to all the Law, and cuts you off from the vine of Christ. Works are the fruit of being debt free, so we stand firm in our freedom, eagerly await complete righteousness, and love God and your neighbor.

All are Invited to the Lamb’s High Feast, Yet Few are Elect

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Sermon Text: Matthew 22:1-14

From this parable we see the excuses used to reject God’s invitation, but we also see what God has done to set our place.

Repent and Live

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Sermon Text: Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32

By repenting we are giving up all excuses and blame, and we are trusting in the new life in Christ.