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Archive of Published Sermons

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.

What Kind of Judge Will You Have?

Sermon Text: John 5:19-24

What kind of judge do you already have? One who has given you life, and then uses you to give others life. One who is clear about the expectations (you are declared righteous). One who has perfect harmony with the Father. One who deserves all honor because He is true God and He has saved you.

How to Avoid the Faithlessness that Destroyed Israel

Sermon Text: Hebrews 3:1-6

We can avoid the faithlessness that destroyed Israel by concentrating on and confessing Christ, by not letting a servant in the house have the place of the head, and by holding fast by faith to the confession of Christ.

See How Christ Has Made You His Bride

Sermon Text: Hebrews 2:9-11

Marriage is meant to be a mini-model of Christ’s love for His church: He made our dress; earned our ring with his own blood, sweat, and tears; and it is His promise to us, given to us at our baptism, so we are now all one family.

True Glory in God’s Kingdom is Serving

Sermon Text: Mark 9:30-37

The savior serves by bearing our sins, and because He has won us, we serve the body He won to His glory according to what He considers grace.

Who do you say Jesus is? A good man, somebody who had the word of God who made it possible for you to be saved, or the savior who saved you? And how do you view the cross, both Christ’s cross and the crosses he allows in your life? Are they something that aren’t glorious to you, or do you see God’s glory through them?

Jesus has Done Everything Well

Sermon Text: Mark 7:31-37

Jesus has done everything well. He heals a man of deafness so that he could hear and believe the good news of salvation in Christ. Jesus has also opened your ears to hear his Word and believe it. Jesus heals the man so that he can speak. Jesus has given you faith so that you can pray to God on behalf of your friends and share the good news of salvation with them.

When comparing natural religion to God’s religion, we see that natural religion simplifies sin (like “cooties”) when our sinful nature is in fact a mortal disease that only God can cure. Natural religion also follows human traditions instead of using God’s word without modification. Finally, natural religion focuses on the external consequences of sin instead of the internal new man we have been given.

God planned your salvation, made sure you hear His Word, and sealed you with the Holy Spirit.

When we pray, we must recognize: what we deserve, our burdens, our relief (and we know relief is coming), and God’s guidance.