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The place of The Skull and the mind of Christ ... one is death, while the other is rebirth

I mentioned last week that today, Christ the King Sunday, marks the end of a cycle.  It not only ends the season of Pentecost, but next Sunday marks the beginning of the Christmas season, Advent. 2,422 more words

Year C Pentecost


Union Avenue

Do you remember the most famous person you have ever met …the moment of that meeting…perhaps the setting: time, place, even what you were wearing … and how that person’s influence shifted something deep within you? 1,027 more words

A Word on the True Ruler of the World

Sermon for Christ the King Sunday, 2013

OT       Jeremiah 23:1-6       

NT       Colossians 1:11-20

Gospel: Luke 23:33-43 (to read later)

Today’s three readings relate to Christ the King Sunday. 1,248 more words

Christ The King

That's Life

Life – a rollercoster ride of experiences, pressures, joys, thrills, pain, so many different possibilities – good and bad.Sometimes life seems hard to bare.  The experiences that come upon us; the things we see happening to others that we find hard to believe, never mind understand; life and all its colours. 812 more words


Christ the King C

Day: Christ the King Sunday

Lectionary Passage: Colossians 1:11-20

Scripture Focus: Colossians 1:15-20

Object: Two or Three different hats (baseball, cowboy, fireman, etc.) and a Crown hidden inside a bag… 227 more words

Children's Sermons

Sermon: From Darkness to Light

Here’s the sermon I’m preaching tomorrow titled, From Darkness to Light, based on Colossians 1:11-20.

From Darkness Into Light

Colossians 1:(9-10), 11-20 NIV

(9 For this reason, since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you. 2,857 more words

Sermon Illustrations

Reign of Christ Sunday, November 21, 2010

Lessons designated by the Common Lectionary include: Jeremiah 23:1-6, Colossians 1:11-20 and Luke 23: 33-43

“As is appropriate for the celebration of Christ the King Sunday, each of the passages for this day concerns the nature of kingly power…The exercise of kingly power…is on behalf of God’s people rather than over against them.”  (from “Texts for Preaching,” Cousar et al.) 723 more words

Rev. Dr. Ralph Ahlberg