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Sermons from Abiding Word Lutheran Church in Deshler, NE. Abiding Word seeks to make Jesus Christ known to all peoples. For more information about our congregation, or to contact us regarding what you've heard, check out our website at www.deshlerabidingword.com or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Romans 12:1-5. Worship will change your life? It sounds like an extravagant claim but it's true. How does worship change your life? Paul says so here in this passage.
Matthew 2:13-15. Pastor Ken Hart from Fairbury, NE preaches on Epiphany.
Galatians 4:1-7. Paul writes to encourage the church in Galatia not to abandon the Gospel that's been proclaimed to them. Paul writes to ask what changed? Our status with God has changed, but why? What happened?
Matthew 1:21-23. From our Christmas Eve program. At the end of the program, a student asks the pastor, "Why did God do all those impossible things?" referring to the birth of Christ. Find the answer here.
John 1:19-28. Crowds are gathering. Excitement is brewing. Who is this guy? Is he the One? Will he save us? Listen to what he has to say.
Isaiah 40:1-11. God desires to comfort. He prepared and prepares the way for comfort, He came to comfort, and He is coming again to comfort His people. Listen to find out how He does it.
Luke 21:25-36. Jesus teaches His disciples about His second coming. He tells them the signs that will come, what that day will bring, and He exhorts them to be ready. How will we know when it comes? What can we expect? How can we be ready?
Isaiah 61:1-7. The prophet Isaiah speaks of a messenger who is on a mission from God. Who is this messenger? What's the mission? And what's it got to do with us today?
I Thessalonians 5:1-10. Ready or not, Jesus is coming again. How will He come? What can I do to be ready? What should I expect when this day comes? Paul answers these questions in I Thessalonians 5.
Isaiah 51:9-16. In the midst of tragedy, where is God? Why doesn't He do something about it? Where does hope come from? In Isaiah 51:9-16 we find hope in how God has acted, who God is, and that He still acts.
Matthew 17:24-27. Who is Jesus? Matthew records this event in his gospel to help us answer that question - is He a son or a stranger? Why does it matter? What does it mean for us?
Deuteronomy 7:9-11. Have you ever wondered what God's will for your life is? Wonder no more, God reveals it in His Word. This sermon discusses a common misconception of God's will and shows His will for you.
Colossians 1:24-2:3. Paul reveals the greatest mystery of all time in this text. Revealing this mystery causes Paul to suffer but also rejoice. What is this mystery and what value does it have?
Fred Meyers goes through a true/false quiz on the church.
Luke 13:10-17. Remember the Sabbath day and wholly keep it or keep it holy? Jesus teaches what the Sabbath is all about.
Deuteronomy 10:12-22. In elementary science class you learned the three needs for life. In this passage of Deuteronomy we learn what God requires of us and see another need we have. Not only do we see our need but we see how God has already provided for that.
Galatians 5:1-14. Freedom is a beautiful thing. What is it? Where does it come from? What's the point of it? In this text, Paul answers these questions.
Deuteronomy 32:39-47. Towards the end of Moses' life he writes a song for the congregation of Israel. It's a song that tells them who God is and what He's done. It's a song to be remembered, not just by the congregation gathered that day, but by all people. Listen to the message of Moses' song.
I Corinthians 7:29-31. There are many good things this world has to offer but they all will pass away. How should we live in this temporary world? Chasing pleasure? Chasing self-sufficiency? Or is there a better option?
Luke 4:16-30. Jesus goes back to Nazareth to share an important message in His hometown. Will they receive it? Will you receive it?
Guest preacher Fred Meyers speaks on John 13:34.
I Corinthians 2:6-16. Paul speaks of a wisdom that is not recognized or welcomed by this world but a wisdom that is good for life. What is this wisdom and how do we attain it?
Matthew 23:1-12. We all want to be great, great in man's sight but more importantly, great in God's sight. Matthew 23 speaks of two paths to greatness, which path are you on? Will it lead you to greatness?
Hebrews 3:12-4:1. The writer of the book of Hebrews encourages his readers to keep some facts in their minds - a sobering truth, an encouragement, and a promise. Hold on to these truths and don't let go.
Murray Haugen reviews the message of Christ to the seven churches in Revelation.
I John 4:1-6. You check food labels to see what your body is taking in, it's important to avoid food that will do your body harm. It's important to also check where your spiritual food is coming from. Not everything that is spiritual is from God. In this text John teaches believers how to discern healthy teaching from poison.…
Psalm 23. David declares he shall not want. In a culture where we are always wanting more, how can we be content like David? What was his secret to not having any wants? In this text David tells us what he has.
Matthew 5:27-37. Jesus is teaching His 'Sermon on the Mount'. In this passage He addresses the faulty understandings of adultery, divorce, and making oaths. Hear what Jesus has to say about these topics and the hope for those who've done wrong.
Jeremiah 16:14-21. It's amazing what a little hope can do for a person. In this text, Jeremiah is given a glimpse of hope that would see him through the dark days to come. What kind of dark days would he face? What kind of dark days do you face? Where do you find your hope?
Matthew 9:9-13. Jesus and His disciples have a meal with an unexpected crowd - why would they do it?
Isaiah 25:6-9. Isaiah foretells of a feast that is better than anything we could imagine - a feast that is being prepared for us but also of a feast that has already been prepared. You don't have to wait any longer to taste its goodness. Come and get it!
Matthew 16:24-28. What is discipleship? Is it a program? Is it an event? We have all kinds of answers but here Jesus tells His disciples who it's for and what it entails.
Titus 3:3-7. There are lots of days to remember in our lives. Paul reminds Titus of a few important days; days that were important to Paul, Titus, and to us today. What are they? What significance do they have for us today?
John 14:15-21. What is Pentecost? Why remember it? Why celebrate? In this text Jesus teaches His disciples what's so significant about Pentecost.
Luke 12:4-12. Jesus warns His disciples of the leaven of the Pharisees and where it leads to. How does Jesus encourage and challenge His disciples? How does His message translate to our day?
I John 3:19-24. How do you know if you are saved or not? Is it possible to know for certain where you'll go when you die? How do you know? John writes to point believers to an assurance outside of them.
Lamentations 3:18-26. When your circumstances in life seem to steal your hope, where can you find hope? Will this hope that you find let you down? Find the answer here in Lamentations 3.
I John 3:1-2. Pastor Ken Hart preaches on being children of God.
Acts 13:26-39. On his first missionary journey Paul shares good news in a synagogue. This same good news is for you too. Listen here to hear what that news is.
Isaiah 53:10-12. Easter Sunday. He has done it, but what has He done? This message takes a look at the end of Isaiah 53 to see the lasting results He has accomplished for us.
Isaiah 53:4-9. Good Friday message focusing on the Suffering Servant's purpose and result. Why did Christ suffer? What did it accomplish?
John 12:20-33. Having heard about Jesus, people seek Him out to see His glory. Jesus tells them His hour has come to be glorified and He calls people to follow Him. What does the road to glory look like?
Kevin Wollenberg shares with us some food for thought about faith, focusing on a couple passages that teach us about faith.
John 6:52-65. Jesus provokes His audience with a life or death food challenge - If you want to live, eat My flesh. What is Jesus talking about? Find out here.
Revelation 2:8-11. Jesus sends a letter to believers in Smyrna. What does He have to say to these believers dealing with persecution? What does He have to say to believers living today?
Revelation 12:7-12. In this passage John gets a glimpse of heaven. He sees war but he also sees victory. What victory does he see? What does this victory mean for us?
John 1:29-34. In this text, John the Baptist calls out to the crowd to gaze at the most important thing in the world. What is it?
Isaiah 55:10-13. Life is full of disappointments with things not working. Thankfully, God's Word isn't one of those disappointments. Listen, and hear how Isaiah shares how God works through His Word.
Philippians 3:7-16. Paul shares his testimony with believers in this passage. He doesn't share it to get a pat on the back, but to give us an example as how to live our lives as believers. What are the present implications for your life?
2 Corinthians 1:3-11. Where do you find comfort? There are lots of ways to cover up pain or run away from it but they don't actually comfort. Where is comfort found? Find out where in 2 Corinthians 1.