Sermons on Hebrews

Sermons on Hebrews

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Happy Hospitality

August 28, 2022——-12th Sunday after Pentecost——-Rev. Patrick Mecham Hebrews 13: 1-8, 15-16; Luke 14: 1, 7-14 There is a song written by Tommy Shane Steiner entitled, “What If He’s an Angel?”  I’d like to share the first verse: There’s a man standing on the corner                                        With a sign saying, “Will work for food”                                       You know the man                                                                              You see him every morning                                                            The one you never give your money to                                           You can sit there with your window rolled…
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Running on Faith

August 14, 2022——-10th Sunday after Pentecost——-Rev. Patrick Mecham Psalms 80: 1-2, 8-19; Hebrews 11: 29 – 12: 2; Luke 12: 54 – 56 Anybody here like to watch the Olympics when they are on TV?  It’s kind of hard to not get drawn into all the excitement!  And we get inspired and amazed by the dedication and work and PERSEVERANCE each of these athletes has displayed. While hearing our passage from Hebrews this morning, it sounded as if that writer…
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Heroes of the Faith

August 7, 2022——9th Sunday after Pentecost——-Rev. Patrick Mecham Hebrews 11: 1-3. 8-16; Luke 12: 32-40 Do you have a hero?  In your personal life, is there someone who has lived their life in a way that demonstrates courage, selflessness, and a willingness to go the extra mile?  I will tell you about one of my heroes. Her name is Lois Roach, and she died several years ago.  I didn’t meet her until she was already up in age, but it…
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As the Day Approaches

November 14, 2021—————Rev. Patrick Mecham Hebrews 10: 19-25—————-Mark 13: 1-8 Please note that the sermon text is not available for this week.

God’s Love Song

God’s Love-Song          10th Pentecost Isaiah 5:1-7   Hebrews 11:29-12:2   Luke 12:49-56 Those of you who are familiar with J. R. R. Tolkien’s story of The Lord of the Rings—either the books or the movies—will remember a scene where Frodo and Sam are working their way toward Mount Doom. Struggling through difficult situations, they keep plodding along to the one place where they can destroy an evil ring that Frodo carries. They are weary of this quest, and discouraged because things get more dangerous with every step. Then…