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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.

The Lamb is Your Eternal Shepherd

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Sermon Text: Revelation 7:9-17

He purchased and won all sheep into his eternal flock. That is comforting for you because you are his little lamb and he has saved you. All credit for salvation belongs to him; he did all of the work. You will arrive safely into Heaven, cleansed by his blood, wearing a robe of righteousness, and there he will eternally pasture you on the waters of life.

How is Paul an Example of Your Conversion?

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Sermon Text: Acts 9:1-19

All of us, like Saul before he became the apostle Paul, were an enemy living in a delusion, and the Lord had to reveal himself to break that delusion. The Lord has used and continues to use crosses to discipline and chasten us. The Lord sent a weak human being with the Means of Grace, and He used that Means of Grace to heal us (by giving us our new man). Finally, the Lord gives us the commission to tell others what God has done.

He is Risen! A Message that Cannot be Silenced.

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Sermon Text: Acts 5:12, 17-32

Despite many attempts to silence the good news that Jesus is risen, we see God working because He wants us to know that message cannot be silenced. When God calls on us, sometimes we spread it with a gentle whisper, and sometimes we shout it from the rooftops, as God presents the opportunities. We are never quiet, though, because He is risen.

In the ninth sermon from 2019 Lent series Confessions Proclaimed by Christ’s Enemies, we examine the words of the chief priests and Pharisees: “We remembered what that deceiver said… ‘After three days I will rise again.'”

In the eighth sermon from 2019 Lent series Confessions Proclaimed by Christ’s Enemies, we examine the words of the centurion and the guards: “Truly this was the Son of God.”

In the seventh sermon from 2019 Lent series Confessions Proclaimed by Christ’s Enemies, we examine the words of Judas before he betrays Jesus: “Surely, not I, Rabbi?”

In the sixth sermon from 2019 Lent series Confessions Proclaimed by Christ’s Enemies, we examine the words of the governor’s soldiers: “Hail, King of the Jews!”

In the fifth sermon from 2019 Lent series Confessions Proclaimed by Christ’s Enemies, we examine the words of the chief priests, experts in the law, and elders: “He saved others, but he cannot save himself.”

God Works Something New

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Sermon Text: Isaiah 43:16-21

Isaiah prophesied about the return from Babylon (which would also involve crossing a desert) that would come 150 years later, and from that we learn of the new deliverance God is working. It is unlike any other deliverance because it is eternal deliverance; God is taking on human flesh to be our savior. So it is also unlike any other people, as it is meant for all people of all time, transcending cultures, as He makes those who trust in His deliverance into His people.

In the fourth sermon from 2019 Lent series Confessions Proclaimed by Christ’s Enemies, we examine the words of Judas after he betrays Jesus: “I have sinned by betraying innocent blood.”