2. September, 2012Podcast, Worship, Worship Video Comments Off on Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Doxology – For the kingdom, the power, and the glory
are Yours now and forever

Bible Readings Psalm 34, 1 Kings 19:3-8, Ephesians 4:30—5:2, John 6:41-51

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Pastor Paul A. Tullberg
Sermon text: Jude 1:24-25
References: Handout

‘Able to keep you’ – Jude 24-25 | The Lord rules – Revelation 19:6
‘… speak boldly’- Ephesians 6:20 | ‘Full of grace and truth’ – John 1:14


1 Have you been through times when either,
a) Christian living was reduced to a dull duty, or
b) the easy words on our lips seemed to have little connection with the real world in which we live? How long was your journey through that?
2 The apostle John speaks of our Lord as ‘full of grace and truth’. How can we keep this in a world that forces people to be so tolerant as to allow falsehood side by side with truth or even to encourage false views over the truth?
3 In what ways do these concluding words help us to focus on the dominion and purposes of God our heavenly Father?


For the kingdom, the power, and the glory
are Yours now and forever. Amen.
What does this mean?
We can be sure that these petitions are acceptable to our Father in heaven and are heard by Him, for He Himself has commanded us to pray in this way and has promised to hear us. Therefore we say, “Amen,” “Yes, it shall be so.”

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