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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.

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.”

Praise the Lord As We Look to Easter Sunday and Beyond

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Sermon Text: Isaiah 12:1-6

Jesus provided salvation instead of God’s anger and wrath against our sin, and he abundantly provides the gifts we need to bring us to and keep us in the inheritance he won for us.

In the third sermon from 2019 Lent series Confessions Proclaimed by Christ’s Enemies, we examine Pilate’s wife’s words: “Have nothing to do with that righteous man, since I have suffered many things today in a dream because of him.”

God Commissioned You to Bear Fruit

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Sermon Text: Exodus 3:1-15

God has commissioned you to bear fruit, just like he commissioned Moses. He makes his grace clearly visible through his word and sacraments. He clearly states his commission: he’s given you faith, and he wants it to be seen. He’s also promised you his absolute faithfulness; he’s always with us, and he will remain faithful to us.