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Naked and Afraid - Sunday, June 7, 2015 - Pastor Gary Sandberg

St. Luke Columbus Sermon Podcast

Release Date: 06/09/2015

What Do We Value Most? // Mike Weaver show art What Do We Value Most? // Mike Weaver

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Our values shape our expectations, attitudes, habits, and behaviors. How do our values align with God’s? Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Compassion Sunday // Mike Weaver show art Compassion Sunday // Mike Weaver

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Compassion means putting our faith into action in an important, tangible way. St Luke is joining other churches across the country in a movement to release children around the world from poverty through child sponsorship. Jesus taught us to serve the poor and those in need, about generosity and about why every child deserves hope. How can you bring hope to a child in need?   Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Jesus Self-Defined, Part 7: I Am The Way And The Truth And The Life // Steve Brown show art Jesus Self-Defined, Part 7: I Am The Way And The Truth And The Life // Steve Brown

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We live in a culture with growing diversity, competing claims for truth, and greater uncertainty. We also have a foundational hope to know what is THE way, THE truth, and THE life. So, how can we know the way, the truth, and the life?  Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Jesus Self-Defined, Part 6: I am the Vine // Steve Brown show art Jesus Self-Defined, Part 6: I am the Vine // Steve Brown

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From the time that Jesus walked the earth, people have tried to define Jesus. What if we let Jesus define himself? Jesus once said, “I am the one who bears witness about myself, and the Father who sent me bears witness about me.” (John 8:18) The Gospel of John records seven statements that Jesus made about himself, all beginning with “I am …” Using these statements and other related Bible passages, we will seek to learn how Jesus defined himself. Jesus said, “I am the vine; you are the branches.” What does that mean for the life of a branch (you, me)? Subscribe to stay updated...

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Jesus Self-Defined, Part 5: I am the Resurrection // Mike Weaver show art Jesus Self-Defined, Part 5: I am the Resurrection // Mike Weaver

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From the time that Jesus walked the earth, people have tried to define Jesus. What if we let Jesus defined himself? Jesus once said, “I am the one who bears witness about myself, and the Father who sent me bears witness about me.” (John 8:18) The Gospel of John records seven statements that Jesus made about himself, all beginning with “I am …” Using these statements and other related Bible passages, we will seek to learn how Jesus defined himself. Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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The Seven Last Words of Jesus // St Luke Preachers show art The Seven Last Words of Jesus // St Luke Preachers

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For You // Steve Brown show art For You // Steve Brown

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God is not against you. Jesus said, "This is my body given for you." "This cup is the new covenant in my blood shed for you." In Holy Communion, God, the Son, Jesus, comes face to face with us and says, This is me, for you. We can be certain that God the Son, Jesus, is right here with us. Holy Communion is for you and a profoundly personal encounter with Holy God. Lessons: Exodus 12:1-4, 11-14, Hebrews 10:16-23, Luke 22:7-20 Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content.   Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Jesus Self-Defined, Part 4: I am the Good Shepherd // Steve Brown show art Jesus Self-Defined, Part 4: I am the Good Shepherd // Steve Brown

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When Jesus self-defined as the Good Shepherd, he said that the Good Shepherd lays down his life for the sheep, even the sheep that didn’t belong to him. Why would a shepherd die for his sheep, let alone sheep that weren’t his? Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content.  Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Jesus Self-Defined, Part 3: I am the Door // Mike Weaver show art Jesus Self-Defined, Part 3: I am the Door // Mike Weaver

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From the time that Jesus walked the earth, people have tried to define Jesus. What if we let Jesus define himself? Jesus once said, “I am the one who bears witness about myself, and the Father who sent me bears witness about me.” (John 8:18) The Gospel of John records seven statements that Jesus made about himself, all beginning with “I am …” Using these statements and other related Bible passages, we will seek to learn how Jesus defined himself. In part 3 of our series we focus on Jesus’ words, “I am the door.” Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content.  Follow St...

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Jesus Self-Defined, Part 2: I am the Light of the World // Steve Brown show art Jesus Self-Defined, Part 2: I am the Light of the World // Steve Brown

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We often fear what we cannot see. Most of us have some fear of the dark. This ranges from literal fear of physical darkness to fear of the unknown. To what do your unseen fears lead you? Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Being caught in a challenging position can have us backpedaling, trying to find a way to minimize our failure. But in the end, the cover-up almost always becomes worse than the original offense. With God we have the freedom to come clean, because God knows all about us in the first place. Too often we fail to recognize this and we run and hide, and cover ourselves, as if God cannot see us. True freedom, and true relationship comes with our willingness to be fully exposed before God. We may not be ready to try this out with our friends and family, but that should not stop us from trying it with God.
 
Living a life of open confession before God can create a freedom of our soul that allows us experience the full impact of God on our lives.