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Deuteronomy 30:15-20

Epiphany 6A

This is one hard text to preach.  On the one hand, it seems so simple that it doesn’t even need a sermon.  I mean, what more can we say about a text that is this straightforward.  On the other hand, its simple straightforward message is so demanding and absolute that it will be unpalatable for…

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Deuteronomy 30:15-20

Epiphany 6A

I’m not sure God cares much whether we choose, for example, to eat oatmeal or fresh fruit for breakfast.  However, God does very deeply care, in some cases even more than we naturally do, about some of our choices. This might provide Deuteronomy 30’s preachers and teachers an opportunity to explore with worshipers and students…

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Deuteronomy 30:11-20

Common Misperceptions: It is far too common for us to have images of God that don’t match the way He is described in the Bible.  One of those misperceptions is picturing God as a sadistic overlord who watches diligently to make sure no one is violating His commandments.  We might be prone to believe that…

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