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Whether or not we are ever particularly wise, ever particularly successful, or ever particularly gifted by the world’s standards—when we are in covenant faithful relationship with our Savior, we have everything we need in himSermon from 8/15/2021.St. George's Nashville による
 
Jesus states, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.” What does it mean that Jesus is bread that comes from heaven? How do we feed on the God who comes to us in Christ? Sermon from 8/8/2021.St. George's Nashville による
 
David sought out what he thought he desired and ended up leaving a trail of destruction behind him, but God sent Nathan. God will not allow us to continue to destroy ourselves and others, rather he will seek us out and bring us home.Sermon from 8/1/21, preached by our 2021 Duke Divinity Intern, Chase Benefiel.…
 
From the readings today we see David wanting to build God a house. Instead, God promised David he would build David a house; David’s son would build the temple; and God would give David a son to reign on his throne forever. Christ is that son of David who sits on the throne and reigns forever in glory and will come back some day to reign on the ear…
 
Class led by the Rev. Richard Kew on 6/13/21.We are seldom given the opportunity for a fresh start, yet COVID has done just that for us! The pandemic has drawn a line under past ideas, attitudes, and expectations setting us free to explore more creative ways to be concerned for our planet and how we exercise stewardship of it. The Bible says a lot …
 
“Jesus himself is the message; Jesus himself is the name. Jesus, through his birth, death, and resurrection, has made something known about God’s identity that was not known before: the human face of God, the love of God for the human race made known in the incarnation of the Son of God, and the new hope of resurrection life.”Sermon from 5/16/2021.…
 
Do you want everlasting life?Whatever you think about your life, the cross proves to us that it is good enough for God to die for.This sermon from the Rev. David Barr is the 4th sermon in our preaching series, Dare to Draw Near. Sermon from 3/14/2021.St. George's Nashville による
 
God appears at Dead EndsThe cross itself is the greatest of all dead ends, and the cross is where God meets us in his son, Jesus. This sermon is Part 3 of our Lenten preaching series, Dare to Draw Near. Sermon from the Rev. Margery Kennelly on 3/7/2021.St. George's Nashville による
 
Never Again: The ancient story of the flood teaches us that our sin is serious, but God’s love and commitment for us is stronger. (Genesis 9:8-1).Sermon preached by the Rev. Colin Ambrose on 2/21/2021. This is the first sermon of a 5-part series titled "Dare to Draw Near."St. George's Nashville による
 
If you reflect on your own life—I think you might agree—that there was a time when talk about Jesus was sort of factual, like a description of a certain kind of configuration of storm cloud. And then one day the cloud was above your head and rain poured down and you realized, 'Oh, THAT is what that is.'Sermon from 2/7/2021.…
 
If you don’t discern your fears… you’ll never stop running away from them… but if you never confess your fears… you’ll try to force yourself into courage. You have to “pour out your heart to God (Psalm 62:8).”Sermon from 1/24/21.St. George's Nashville による
 
Belonging to Christ means we have a part to play in making the nations his heritage, and the ends of the earth his possession.On this Sunday, the Baptism of Our Lord, we celebrate the baptism of Jesus. (Mark 1:7-11)St. George's Nashville による
 
On his last Sunday at St. George's Church, the Rev. Dr. R. Leigh Spruill reminds us of our identity.John the Baptist is crystal clear that his identity is not found in himself, in his own ministry, in his preaching, in his followers. Rather, he is clear, it is found in the mighty merciful one who is outside of himself. I belong to Christ, and so do…
 
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