Search ResultsSeason of Lent A sermon starter and commentary by Luke Powery on 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 for the season of Lent in the African American Lectionary.
Great Is Thy FaithfulnessPD
See more hymns... History of Hymns: “O Jesus, I Have Promised” This offers background and commentary on one of the church's most enduring hymns of Christian discipleship, written by John Ernest Bode (1816-1874): "O Jesus, I Have Promised." History of Hymns: “View the Present through the Promise” This offers background and commentary on the Thomas Troeger (b. 1945) advent hymn, "View the Present through the Promise." History of Hymns: “View the Present Through the Promise” This offers background and commentary on the Thomas H. Troeger (b. 1945) Advent hymn, “View the Present Through the Promise.” Pop-In Jesus In this lectionary reflection, Alyce McKenzie examines the post-resurrection appearances of Jesus, where he responds to the needs of the people he encounters, and leaves again with a promise of the Holy Spirit (Luke 24:36-48). Covenant and Community This video interview highlights themes of covenant, the Church, and community as Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove discusses how being a follower of Christ automatically makes one a part of a covenant between all believers. God's promise to be with us Doug Bratt's sermon starter on Haggai 1:15b-2:9 emphasizes God's promise "to graciously remain with us," as a unifying principle running throughout biblical history.