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Sermon for Advent 1 from Rev. James Krikava

Saturday, December 3, 2016

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For one last reflection on the readings from the 1st Sunday of Advent, enjoy this sermon by Rev. James Krikava, Regional Director for Eurasia. Rev. Krikava preached at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Prague, Czech Republic, where the LCMS sponsors an English-language Lutheran congregation for expatriates. Sermon on the Gospel for Advent I, 2016 Grace […]

Sermon for Ascension 2016 from Rev. James Krikava, Prague

Thursday, May 5, 2016

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So, why celebrate the Ascension of our Lord? How can we not? What could keep us from such joy? The Ascension of our Lord is the answer to our every longing to be with Jesus, not only in heaven, but now, here, where we live and need His gracious presence more than anything else in life and in death.

Sermon for Epiphany 1, The Baptism of Our Lord, by Rev. James Krikava

Sunday, January 10, 2016

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:Try as we may, we cannot do what God expects us to do, namely, to live the perfect life of love. And our failure leads only to frustration and despair. So Jesus has come to do for us what we cannot do for ourselves. In his Baptism our Lord Jesus accepted his heavenly Father’s mission to save us. By himself he would take on the burden of our sin. But unlike us, he would not fail. He would not fall. He would do all things well."

Sermon on the Gospel for Trinity 25: Preached by Regional Director Rev. James Krikava in Prague

Sunday, November 15, 2015

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During these last and evil days, then, seek Christ when and where He has promised to be found with His grace and mercy for you, namely, in His blessed Gospel, the forgiveness of sins, given to you in His Word and Sacraments. With these no “abomination of desolation” can harm you. With these you have fled “to the mountains”: To Mt. Calvary, where your Savior died for you, paid for your sins, and bought you back to God; to Mt. Zion, where your Savior feeds and nourishes you with His Gospel and Sacraments.

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