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Sunday
Dec122010

"The Lord Is Our Righteousness" -- Jeremiah 23:1-8

Here's the audio from today's sermon for the third Sunday in Advent (based on Jeremiah 23:1-8 and John 10:1-30).

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Reader Comments (3)

Pastor Riddlebarger,

A bit off topic, but if you don't mind answering, what is your practice for preaching during special events like Christmas? I notice you made reference to the third Sunday in Advent. Do you typically take a break from whatever book you're preaching through to preach a series on advent or lent? Do you follow the "church calendar" at your church (Christmas, Easter, Pentecost, Ascension)? Just curious, because it's my understanding some in the Reformed world would not acknowledge these "holidays" in the course of the church calendar.

Blessings,

Mike B.
December 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMike B
Mike:

I touch on this briefly in the sermon.

I like to use Advent and Easter as short breaks from the series I do on whole books of the Bible (which tend to be a bit long).

One thing I've learned from all the White Horse Inn interviews over the years is not to assume that our people know the basics of the faith. Not only do I teach/preach from the catechism every Lord's Day, I also use Advent/Easter to focus on various aspects of the incarnation, death and resurrection of our Lord. My advent theme this year is fulfilled prophecy.
December 13, 2010 | Registered CommenterKim Riddlebarger
Kim, thank you for putting these up.

(This is what we're getting preached: http://www.sundaysolutions.com/from-humbug-to-hallelujah.html . I struggle.)
December 14, 2010 | Unregistered Commenter"lee n. field"

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