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NEWLY UPDATED, 12/ 28/ 2011~Sermons For New Years Eve/Day

Posted by Dim Bulb on December 31, 2009

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Appropriate Thoughts For The Last Day Of The Year.  A New Years Eve sermon on Sirach (Eccles.) 3:26.

For the grace of God hath appeared to all men.  A sermon on Titus 2:11-12

Grace to you and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ. A Sermon on Rom 1:7 and Eph 1:3.

The Fear Of God Our Surest Way To Happiness. A sermon on Psalm 111:1 (112:1).


The End of Man. A sermon on Ps 39:5 (38:5 in some translations).

Salvation, Our Only Affair of Importance. A sermon on Luke 10:41-42.

How Much is Contained in the Commonplace Greeting: “A Happy New Year”. Another sermon on Titus 2:11.

How We Should Begin, and End, The New Year. Another sermon on Titus 2:12.

I’ll attempt to add a couple of more updates under this heading latter this evening

St John Chrysostom’s Homily for the New Year.

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