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Incarnation Lutheran Church

Lent V, Sunday, March 29th, 2020


Wondrous Love - Stephen Nielsen,

performed by Karen Zajac 


Confession & Absolution

P      In the name of the Father, and of the + Son and of the Holy Spirit.

C..... Amen.

P..... Almighty God, to whom all hearts are open, all desir...

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If you met a stranger who knew EVERYTHING about you, the good, bad and the ugly, how would you feel? How would you feel if this amazing person, knew EVERYTHING about you, and still remained calm and even welcoming? The sign of a true friend is someone you can share everything with, and not be rejected. These people are true treasures in our lives! There is nothing better than to have someone we can trust with a...

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     God’s forgiveness is good news because it is from a position of unconditional love. It is not a choice we have. It simply is ours whether we like it or not. David Lose, in a commentary he wrote about 10 years ago, tells the story of a dad who shared with him that his son, angry because he was being made to go to bed, said to his dad, “I hate you.” To which the dad replied, “I’m sorry you feel that way, but...

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     “Daddy, don’t!”  
     “Just a little...” I said, as I kept reaching towards my goal.  “No, don’t,” he insisted.  And then with a pause to add seriousness and solemnity to the whole thing, he added, “I’ll tell mama!”
     Jonah and Marie, our house helper in Cameroon, were making cookies of some sort in the kitchen.  Jonah was about 6 years old, and he had caught me in th...

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     I thought I knew him. I did, of course. Knew him well. I’ve even told you about him. He was my dad. But once in a while, he surprised me.  
     It was in my early twenties, thinking about grad schools, and I knew my range of choices would be somewhat broader if I had my US passport. Dad’s dad, my grandpa was born in Colorado, and that had given my dad US citizenship. He never bothered to get a...

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