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Encouraging with The Teaching, II / Sermon / Pr. Lucas Andre Albrecht / Sunday November 15th 2020 - / 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11

Encouraging with The Teaching, II / Sermon / Pr. Lucas Andre Albrecht / Sunday November 15th 2020 - / 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11

Text: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11Theme: Encouraging with the Teaching - II ___________________________ Intr – Last week we talked about encouraging people, and we heard that Paul encourages the Thessalonians by teaching doctrine. That is, knowing the Word of God is great encouragement to our faith....


Encouraging with The Teaching, I /Sermon / Pr. Lucas Andre Albrecht / Sunday November 8th 2020 - / 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

Encouraging with The Teaching, I /Sermon / Pr. Lucas Andre Albrecht / Sunday November 8th 2020 - / 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

Text: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18Theme: Encouraging with Teaching - I ___________________________ Intr – How do you encourage people in your daily life? Words, cards, phone calls are options. Sometimes even by not saying a word but just being there for them.          Paul is encouraging Christians...


Absurd generosity / Matthew 20:1-16 / Pr. Lucas A. Albrecht / Sunday September 20th 2020 / Season Of Pentecost / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

Absurd generosity / Matthew 20:1-16 / Pr. Lucas A. Albrecht / Sunday September 20th 2020 / Season Of Pentecost / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

Text: Matthew 20.1-16Theme: Absurd generosity___________________________Intr – Jesus’ parables always have elements of “absurdity”, something completely off the wall. Just as much as he likes to use parables to get his teaching across He would use hyperboles along with them. _The Lost sheep /...


"Blessed saints", Sermon / Matthew 5:1-12/ Pr. Lucas Andre Albrecht / Sunday November 3rd 2019 / Season Of Pentecost, All Saints Day Observed / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

"Blessed saints", Sermon / Matthew 5:1-12/ Pr. Lucas Andre Albrecht / Sunday November 3rd 2019 / Season Of Pentecost, All Saints Day Observed / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

Text: Matthew 5:1-12Theme: “Blessed Saints”___________________________Intr – Saints: Who are they? _Saints in Heaven – Christians that departed in faith in Christ to be with the Lord. They are with Christ (Phil 1:21), praising the Lord (rev 7) and even shouting to Him “until when”...


"1 - One Shepherd" -  Sermon Series: "Only One" / Luke 15:1-10 / Pr. Lucas A. Albrecht / Sunday September 15th 2019 / Season Of Pentecost / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

"1 - One Shepherd" - Sermon Series: "Only One" / Luke 15:1-10 / Pr. Lucas A. Albrecht / Sunday September 15th 2019 / Season Of Pentecost / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

SERMON NOTESText: Luke 15:1-10Theme: “One Shepherd” - Series: Only One[1]___________________________Intr – On Luke’s Gospel today, Jesus introduces His parable with a question: “What men of you…?” I’ll introduce my sermon today with a question as well: what man or woman of you have ever won...


"Blessed are the Hungry" Sermon / Luke 6:17–26 / Pr. Ted Giese / Sunday February 17th 2019: Season of Epiphany / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

"Blessed are the Hungry" Sermon / Luke 6:17–26 / Pr. Ted Giese / Sunday February 17th 2019: Season of Epiphany / Mount Olive Lutheran Church

Posted in Epiphany / 2019 / ^Luke / Audio Sermons / Sermons / Pastor Ted Giese / Beatitude

Mount Olive Lutheran Church / Pr. Ted A. Giese / Sunday February 17th 2019: Season of Epiphany / Luke 6:17–26 "Blessed are the Hungry" And [Jesus] came down with them and stood on a level place, with a great crowd of His disciples and a great multitude of people from all Judea and Jerusalem...


Sermon / Pr. Ted Giese / Sunday January 29th 2017 - / Matthew 5:1-12 / How do You Receive the Blessings of the Beatitudes?

Sermon / Pr. Ted Giese / Sunday January 29th 2017 - / Matthew 5:1-12 / How do You Receive the Blessings of the Beatitudes?

Mount Olive Lutheran Church / Pr. Ted A. Giese / Sunday January 29th 2017: Season of Epiphany/ Matthew 5:1-12 "How do You Receive the Blessings of the Beatitudes?" Seeing the crowds, [Jesus] went up on the mountain, and when He sat down, His disciples came to Him. And He opened His mouth...