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“Temptations from our Wilderness” a sermon on Matt 4:1-11

3/01/2020 Lent 1 Sermon on Matt 4:1-11 “Temptations from our Wilderness” St. Paul Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook, CT

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“40 Days, Sent by the Spirit to the Wilderness” a sermon on Luke 4:1-13

3/10/2019 Lent 1 Sermon on Luke 4:1-13 “40 Days, Sent by the Spirit to the Wilderness” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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Sunday is coming! “Confronting comfort/power/security in the wilderness” Luke 4:1-13, Lent 1C

“Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the wilderness, where for forty days he was tempted by the devil.” (Luke 4:1-2) The temptation in the wilderness is a showdown between Jesus … Continue reading

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“Lonely but never alone” sermon on Exodus 3, Philippians 1 & Luke 4:1-13

2/14/2016 Lent 1 Sermon on Exodus 3:1, 7, 10-14 Philippians 1:1-7 Luke 4:1-13 “Lonely but never alone” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Temptation in the Weakest Spot,” a sermon on Matt 4:1-11

3/09/2014 Lent 1 Sermon on Matt 4:1-11 “Temptation in the Weakest Spot” St. Michael’s Lutheran Church New Canaan, CT

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