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  • Sermon Starters (Advent 4B)(2020)

    by Doug Bratt
    Stan Mast tells of reading a report about the first official scrimmage of the Cleveland Cavaliers after LeBron James rejoined that team back in 2014. James was and, arguably, remains the best player in the National Basketball Association. People and organizations have honored James and given him awards ever since he began to play basketball. He already has all that “glory.” But the article described how glorious James was in this first scrimmage — how he passed, rebounded, dunked, shot, and defended. The article’s author noted how, in fact, the entire Cavalier team was better because he was there. “This report,” writes Mast, “proclaimed the glory of LeBron James in a way that made him seem even more glorious. His glory was magnified for all to see.” That, concludes Mast, is something like what Paul calls us to do with God in our own lives and in the world. We give the already glorious God glory because of God’s grace that God most clearly displayed in Jesus Christ.
  • A Mystery Revealed

    by Bob Cornwall
  • Exegesis (Romans 16:25-27)

    by Richard Niell Donovan
  • Advent 4B (2020)

    by John Frederick
  • Advent 4B

    by Bill Loader
    always good insights!

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