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Sermons by Rev. Carmen Perry

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Isaiah 35:1-10

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Let us pray: We will enter your gates with thanksgiving in our hearts; we will enter your courts with praise! We will say, “This is the day the Lord has made.” We will rejoice for You have made us glad. God, we confess that we find ourselves in the midst of the messiness of life. […]

Isaiah 11:1-10

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Let us pray: Holy and Loving God, where can we go to get away from your Spirit? Where could we go to escape your presence? If we went up to heaven, you would be there. If we went down to the grave, you would be there, too. If we could fly on the wings of […]

Isaiah 2:1-5

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Let us pray: Holy and loving God, orient us once more to your Holy Word. Guide our paths with the Light of your word that we may seek and follow you in faithful obedience. Grant us strength in your Spirit that we will persist in seeking you until your kingdom is made perfect here on […]

Jeremiah 23: 1-6

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Let us pray: Holy and loving God, we thank you that you are our savior who like a shepherd leads us. We thank you that like a shepherd you feed us and you prepare us to go out and lead others. You are our true shepherd, yet we are not merely sheep; we are the […]

2 Thessalonians 2.1.5.13.17

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May the words of my mouth and the meditations of our hearts be pleasing and acceptable in your sight, O Lord, our strength and our redeemer. Amen. One day before my 18th birthday, President George H.W. Bush declared that the U.S. along with other countries was going wage war on the country of Iraq. Living […]

At the Intersection

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  If you had to place yourself as one of the men who went up to the temple to pray, who would you be? Would you be the Pharisee or the tax collector? At a first glance it could be easy to place ourselves in the role of either the Pharisee or the tax collector. […]

2 Thessalonians 1.1.4.11.12

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Let us pray: Holy and living God, we thank you for the community of faith to which we belong. We thank you for the witness of the saints above, our forefathers and foremothers of the faith whose lives of faith inform our own lives today. We thank you for the saints below: those who live […]

A Church Full of Sinners

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1 Timothy 1:12 -17 Let us pray: Just as we are without one plea, but that your blood was shed for all, and that you bid all to come. O Lamb of God, we come. Just as we are and wanting not to rid our souls of one dark blot, to you whose blood can […]

A Tale of Two Crimes

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Jeremiah 2:4-13 Let us pray: Holy and awesome God, your love for us is as vast and as far-reaching as the east is from the west. We confess that we rely too heavily on ourselves and we do not rely nearly as heavily as we ought on you. In times of plenty and in times […]

The Cost of Discipleship

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Luke 14:25-33   Let us pray: “Take up your Cross,” you have said, “if we would your disciples be.” Our hearts leap to be in relationship with you. Then, you continue, “deny yourselves, the world forsake, and humbly follow after me.” You call us into a rich, deep relationship. We confess that we have created […]