St. Joseph's Episcopal Church

3300A South Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33435-8661
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2009 Sermons

Date
Sermon Title
Gospel Reading

Dec. 27
Dec. 24
Dec. 20
Dec. 13
Dec. 6

Nov. 29
Nov. 26
Nov. 22
Nov. 15
Nov. 8
Nov. 1

Oct. 25
Oct. 18
Oct. 11
Oct. 4

Sept. 27
Sept. 20
Sept. 13
Sept. 6

Aug. 30
Aug. 23
Aug. 16
Aug. 9
Aug. 2

July 26
July 19
July 12
July 5

June 28
June 21
June 14
June 7

May 31
May 24
May 17
May 10
May 3

Apr. 26
Apr. 19
Apr. 12
Apr. 5

Mar. 29
Mar. 22
Mar. 15
Mar. 8
Mar. 1

Feb. 22
Feb. 15
Feb. 8
Feb. 1

Jan. 25
Jan. 18
Jan. 11
Jan. 4

For unto you a savior is born: Jesus comes to us in the midst of chaos.
Let Jesus be born in our hearts; the babe who comes and waits to enter our lives
Celebrate Advent: Good exists even in the midst of darkness, bad times
When we put aside our own arrogance and pride, we are open to receive God's joy
True inner peace comes when our tasks are aligned with our vision

Advent: The season of Hope and waiting: Reflect on what really matters
Thanksgiving: the gifts we receive are not for what we do, but that we are, from God
The Kingdom of God is not of this world; such discontent centers and comforts us
Rev. Robert, M. G. Libby, Food for the Poor; Our alms give hope
We are all dependent upon the mercy and grace of God
As saints, we are called to continual spiritual growth, reconciliation, peace, healing

We are called to have spiritual vision; to see with the eyes and mind of Christ
Our passion, our joy, when directed, focused will reveal the glory of God in our lives
To make God #1, we must let go of our earthly concerns
With no boundaries in faith, we have wholeness and integrity with God

God calls us to be salt for the earth: Link to sermon's video
Sevanthood means using our gifts and ministry in the service of others
"Take up your cross":the individual challenges of our lives God uses to strengthen us.
Who are we? Intercessors for each other with compassion and mercy

We open our hearts to draw others into the love of Christ
The Bread of Life: we re-commit to our priorities, define who we are
Welcome Jesus in your heart not as a guest, but as an inhabitant
Our hunger can only be satisfied by Jesus, the Bread of Life
Look to Jesus, not fixated on earthly needs and wants, but for spiritual food & eternal life

Miracles can be anything which strengthens our faith
Resting in God's quiet time & place, away from life's hurry,we listen, learn & understand.
Our choices, our actions matter only to an audience of one: God
Jesus was rejected, his message not heard among his own people; let us hear and share it

Jesus' healing power can make us whole
Fear not: move forward, but look backward; Jesus always shows up for us
Earthly words are inadequate to describe God's Kingdom of hidden treasures
Trinity Sunday: We are children of God by water and the spirit: Fr. Sandino Sanchez

Senior sermon, Jack Stahl: Hear the acoustics of the Holy Spirit all around us
In prayer, communion with God, we find strength and focus
In the Eucharist, Jesus, the new Passover Lamb, is so much more: the totality of God's love
The Vine and the Branches: Abide in Me; find a home in Jesus, connected to his life force
I AM; God is outside of our restrictions of time, dimensions, and human perceptions

We find God in our stewardship of all creation; look closely, see the risen Lord in each other
Fear, not doubt, is the opposite of faith. Doubt is the precursor of our faith
He is Risen! From the darkness, we step out in faith to experience Christ's resurrection.
Jesus' love for us endures all

The Rev. Monte Tiller: Humility & servanthood: It's not about us, but others
Forgiveness is love: understanding, listening, letting go, and letting God
Ms. Andrea Thomas, Lay Preacher: Communicate Love with words, kind and gentle
Selfless love to us is God's nature; and should be our expression to others
The purpose of our time on Earth is to love as Jesus loves us

Journey from our lows to the mountaintop to see God blessing and strengthening us
If we insulate ourselves, we isolate ourselves from each other; take a risk to be healed
Morning Prayer: Make an appointment with God to start the day with strength, renewal
"Look beyond the problem and see me" Jesus, the author of our imperfection, salvation

Repent: To think again. God calls us and perfects us along the way
If we allow God to lead, we discover our true purpose in this life
Baptism symbolizes our commitment to God, "You are my beloved"
Epiphany-manifistation: Find Jesus in all people and every part of ourselves

John 1:1-18
Luke 2:1-12
Luke 1:39-55
Luke 3:7-18
Luke 3:1-6

Luke 21:25-36
Matthew 6: 25-33
John 18:33-37
Mark 13:1-8
Mark:12:38-44
John 11:32-44

Mark 10:46-52
Mark 10:35-45
Mark 10:17-31
Mark 10:2-16

Mark 9:38-50
Mark 9:30-37
Mark 8:27-38
Mark 7:24-37

Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23
John 6:56-69
John 6:51-58
John 6:35, 41-51
John 6:24-35

John 6:1-21
Mark 6:30-34, 53-56
Mark 6:14-29
Mark 6:1-13

Mark 5:21-43
Mark 4:35-41
Mark 4:26-34
John 3:1-17

John 15:26-27, 16:4b-15
John 17:6-19
John 15:9-17
John 15:1-8
John 10:11-18

Luke 24:36b-48
John 20:19-31
Matthew 28:1-10
Mission Trip Collects

John 12:20-33
John 3:14-21
John 2:13-22
Mark 8:31-38
Mark 1:9-15

Mark 9:2-9
Mark 1:40-45
Mark 1:29-39
Mark 1:21-28

Mark 1:14-20
John 1:43-51
Mark 1:4-11
Matthew 2:1-12

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