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This is Pastor Jared's weekly sermon info and his weekly Study and Share devotional Bible study. Unless otherwise noted all sermons and studies are copyright Jared Stillions 2020. The devotional Bible studies may be reproduced & shared for personal, non-sale use, provided this copyright notice is included. The studies are formatted two to a page to make sharing it easier. Weekly posts go live at 9:45 AM on Sundays. 

You can find his sermon podcast on the sermon-cast page. Check back each Sunday for new content. The podcast will soon be listed with major services. 
Why not put them on the same page? Due to limitations of our website builder.

Sunday, November 29 2020
First Sunday of Advent

Sunday's Sermon
The Point
We’re not sure just how far away our breaking point is. Jesus gives the “signs of the times” an infinite purpose

Current Preaching Series
Finite & Infinite
God’s infinite promises come down to us in our finite world, especially in Jesus’ promised return.

Study & Share Insert
#5 God’s hiddenness is a common theme in the Bible & theology. Martin Luther contrasts it with the The_revealed_God. Where can you look to find God revealed, & more importantly, revealed for you?
See John 1:14, 3:16; Acts 4:12; Romans 5:8; Galatians 2:20; Small & Large Catechisms: Holy Baptism, Confession, Holy Communion
How can you tell this to someone else who senses God’s hiddenness?

Download the rest (*.pdf) SS2020-11-29_Advent1

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Sunday, November 15 2020

Sunday's Sermon
"2-Minute Warning"
The time is late & ministry is a gift, like the talents; we can’t claim it’s rewards for ourselves.
 

Current Preaching Series
A New King
Signs of the kingdom in everyday life, part II; despite the apoplectic election coverage since last year, the election results don’t overthrow Jesus. 

Study & Share Insert
Download *.pdf SS2020-11-15_P24

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Sunday, November 08 2020

Sunday's Sermon
"Us vs. Them"
Sadly, we’re more prepared for Inauguration Day than Judgement Day. Alas, the new president can’t make justice roll down like waters- only God can. Divine justice isn’t revenge, but Grace & Life.

Current Preaching Series
A New King
Signs of the kingdom in everyday life, part II; despite the apoplectic election coverage since last year, the election results don’t overthrow Jesus. 

Study & Share Insert
Download *.pdf SS2020-11-08_P23

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Sunday, November 01 2020

Sunday's Sermon
"Election Rolls"
We have no fear even as Christianity inches ever closer to being outlawed in public . Our citizenship is in heaven because our names are in heaven's Book of Life.

Current Preaching Series
A New King
Signs of the kingdom in everyday life, part II; despite the apoplectic election coverage since last year, the election results don’t overthrow Jesus. 

Study & Share Insert
Download *.pdf 2020-11-01_AllSaints

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Saturday, October 17 2020

Sunday's Sermon
"(The Purpose of) Declaring His Honor & Praise"
Ascribe to the LORD honor & power (v7b)

Current Preaching Series
Using God's Gifts for God's Purposes
This is the best definition of stewardship. The Psalms show and tell us what a few of those purposes are. BTW, the Psalms are a lot like the blues. 

Study & Share Insert
Download 2020-10-18-20th Sunday after Pentecost

Daily Psalms
As mentioned in the sermon, you can use this Daily Psalter to include all the Psalms in your daily prayers and Bible reading. You can use it two ways: monthly or bi-monthly. First, you can read and pray through all the psalms every 30 days, as labled in the AM and PM columns with the dated rows. Second, you can read and pray through them in 60 days by using the left column in odd months (Jan, Mar, May, etc.) and the right column in even months (Feb, Apr, Jun, etc.) with the dated rows. It's useful to conclude each unit of Psalms by saying the Gloria Patri- "Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit; as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen." Enjoy!

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Sunday, October 11 2020

Sunday's Sermon
"(The Purpose of) Delivering Us From His Enemies"
You spread a table before me…& my cup is running over. (v5)

Current Preaching Series
Using God's Gifts for God's Purposes
This is the best definition of stewardship. The Psalms show and tell us what a few of those purposes are. BTW, the Psalms are a lot like the blues. 

Study & Share Insert
Download 2020-10-11 19th Sunday after Pentecost

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