Sinopsis

Weekly sermons from Concordia Lutheran Church in San Antonio, TX.

Episodios

  • Amazing Grace: The Scandal of Grace (Week 1)

    Amazing Grace: The Scandal of Grace (Week 1)

    18/10/2020 Duración: 38min

    Would you like to become a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations Our culture operates on a system of merit – we get what we deserve. Grace upends this system because the very definition of grace is when we get what we do not deserve. But grace always gives us more than enough.

  • Lead Where You Are: King (Week 3)

    Lead Where You Are: King (Week 3)

    11/10/2020 Duración: 27min

    Would you like to become a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations When Christ sacrificed His very life, God vindicated this sacrifice by giving Him a name that is above every name. His reputation is spotless, which is why countless millions follow Him. What do our reputations look like? Do our reputations show us to be people who live for Christ?

  • Lead Where You Are: Priest (Week 2)

    Lead Where You Are: Priest (Week 2)

    04/10/2020 Duración: 30min

    Would you like to become a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations Christ humbled Himself by becoming obedient to death on a cross. He gave all. Paul says we are to have this same mindset. Before we can challenge others, we must give to them. What are we willing to sacrifice for the sake of others?

  • Lead Where You Are: Prophet (Week 1)

    Lead Where You Are: Prophet (Week 1)

    27/09/2020 Duración: 27min

    Would you like to become a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations It can be tempting to grumble and argue during a time like this. Yet, we are called to hold on to and hold out God’s Word of life to a world that needs it. This is what Paul did for the Philippians and this is what we are called to do for our world.

  • Peace of Mind: The God Who’s Small (Week 2)

    Peace of Mind: The God Who’s Small (Week 2)

    20/09/2020 Duración: 23min

    Would you like to become a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations After a meal and some rest at the beginning of 1 Kings 19, Elijah travels to the same place Moses once received the Ten Commandments. This was a big moment in Israel’s history where God appeared with thunder and lightning. But in this moment, God appears as a whisper. In our weakest moment, we not only need a God who is big enough to help, but small enough to be gentle with us. The very gospel is the story of how God became small in Jesus. Will be become small for the sake of others who are hurting?

  • Peace of Mind: Highs and Lows (Week 1)

    Peace of Mind: Highs and Lows (Week 1)

    13/09/2020 Duración: 28min

    Interested in becoming a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations After a mountaintop moment for the prophet Elijah where he defeats false prophets of Baal with a miracle, Elijah spirals into a depression that is so deep that he wants to die. Yet, God meets Elijah and encourages him to rest and eat. When we struggle with big issues, we need to begin with the basics – things like resting and eating – to get us back on track.

  • Numbers: Planning for the Future (Week 9)

    Numbers: Planning for the Future (Week 9)

    06/09/2020 Duración: 29min

    Would you like to become a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations As Moses enters into the twilight of his ministry, God picks Joshua to be the next leader of Israel. Do we pour into the next generation so they can lead the Church forward?

  • Numbers: How God Speaks (Week 8)

    Numbers: How God Speaks (Week 8)

    30/08/2020 Duración: 29min

    Interested in becoming a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/508993 When we do not listen, God can reach us in many ways – even through a donkey. God’s preferred way to speak to us, however, is through His Word. Do we listen, or do we, like Balaam, refuse to hear God’s guidance for our lives?

  • Numbers: Defeating Death (Week 7)

    Numbers: Defeating Death (Week 7)

    23/08/2020 Duración: 26min

    Would you like to become a member of Concordia? https://concordia.churchcenter.com/registrations Once again, the Israelites are grumbling. This time, God disciplines them with death by sending snakes on them. We, too, are disciplined for our sins with death. But, as Moses held up a snake on a pole to rescue the Israelites from their sentence, we have Savior held up on a cross to rescue us from our condemnation.

  • Numbers: Being Obedient (Week 6)

    Numbers: Being Obedient (Week 6)

    16/08/2020 Duración: 21min

    The Israelites grumble again against God. Moses responds to their grumbling with anger and loses the privilege of entering the Promised Land. Responding to the grumbling of others with anger of our own does not solve anything. Our call is to respond with patience and love.

  • Numbers: Choosing Servants (Week 5)

    Numbers: Choosing Servants (Week 5)

    09/08/2020 Duración: 27min

    God makes Aaron’s staff bud a sign that He has chosen Aaron’s tribe – the tribe of Levi – to serve as priests before Him. God makes us His priests, too, to serve before Him by making a place of death – a cross – bud with life.

  • Numbers: Addressing Anxiety (Week 4)

    Numbers: Addressing Anxiety (Week 4)

    02/08/2020 Duración: 28min

    The Israelites are commanded by God to enter the Promised Land and take possession of it. But a band of explorers who go on a reconnaissance mission of the land are scared of its current residents. Because they refuse to go in, Israel wanders the wilderness for forty years. Our anxiety, too, can exile us to a wilderness. How do we trust God, even when doing so feels frightening?

  • Numbers: Dangerous Jealousy (Week 3)

    Numbers: Dangerous Jealousy (Week 3)

    26/07/2020 Duración: 30min

    Moses’ siblings become jealous of Moses’ closeness with God. But instead of becoming jealous of it, they should have learned from it. Whose relationships with God can serve as models for us as we seek to deepen our own relationship with Him?

  • Numbers: God Provides (Week 2)

    Numbers: God Provides (Week 2)

    19/07/2020 Duración: 25min

    Throughout the book of Numbers, the Israelites struggle to trust in God to provide for their needs. We can have a similar struggle. Whether naturally or supernaturally, however, God takes care of us.

  • Numbers: People Count (Week 1)

    Numbers: People Count (Week 1)

    12/07/2020 Duración: 25min

    The book of Numbers is full of long genealogies that we might be tempted to skip over. And yet, behind each name is a story. Wisdom can be found in people of the past, which is why it is important we remember them. Their lives count just as much as ours!

  • Re-Opening Christianity: Am I in Love with Jesus or _______? (Week 5)

    Re-Opening Christianity: Am I in Love with Jesus or _______? (Week 5)

    05/07/2020 Duración: 22min

    The First Commandment reminds us that God is to be first. Yet, every one of us struggles with putting other things before God. We all struggle with idolatry. On Independence Day Weekend, we are reminded that nothing – no matter how good – is to come before God. He is our focus and our hope.

  • Re-Opening Christianity: Am I Known for What I’m For or Against? (Week 4)

    Re-Opening Christianity: Am I Known for What I’m For or Against? (Week 4)

    28/06/2020 Duración: 28min

    It can be so easy to look at others and judge them! We all struggle with self-righteousness. As Jesus reminds us, however, judgment starts with discerning our own sins rather than decrying the sins of others. When we jump to judging others, it can be very difficult to be for others.

  • Re-Opening Christianity: Am I Playing Offense or Defense? (Week 3)

    Re-Opening Christianity: Am I Playing Offense or Defense? (Week 3)

    21/06/2020 Duración: 27min

    It is so easy to try protect what we have. We can try to protect our finances, our health, and even our church. David stepped up to fight a giant when everyone else was simply trying not to be conquered by the giant. On Father’s Day Weekend, we are reminded how we can be brave in how we live for Christ!

  • Re-Opening Christianity: Am I a Contributor or Consumer? (Week 2)

    Re-Opening Christianity: Am I a Contributor or Consumer? (Week 2)

    14/06/2020 Duración: 24min
  • Re-Opening Christianity: Am I Open or Closed Off? (Week 1)

    Re-Opening Christianity: Am I Open or Closed Off? (Week 1)

    07/06/2020 Duración: 25min
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