Sermons on Matthew 18:1-20

Sermons on Matthew 18:1-20

Sermon for Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

(Transcribed by machine 04/15/2024) In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear saints, there is a Latin phrase that you learn at seminary that is, I think, helpful this morning. The phrase is satis doctrinae, and it basically means the seat of doctrine, or the place where the Bible teaches clearly a certain thing. You know how in the catechism it’ll have a question and then…

Childlike not Childish

Grace, mercy, and peace be unto you from God our Father and from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Fellow redeemed in Christ, the text for this morning comes from the Gospel reading. As you and I grow older as adults, it is interesting to watch our parents grow older if they are still around. And if they are not, you remember very well the attributes that they exhibited…