Sermons by Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller

Sermons by Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller

Sermon for Easter Sunday

(Transcribed by machine 04/07/2024) Christ is risen. He is risen indeed. Alleluia. In the name of the risen Jesus Christ. Amen. Dear saints, it is a wonder that God the Holy Spirit has gathered us into this room today in the conviction that something that happened 1,991 years ago in a small little corner of the world, in a garden, in a little cave, a little tomb, that…

Sermon for Palm Sunday

(Transcribed by machine 04/07/2024) In the name of Jesus. Amen. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. To Holland and to all the baptized, you have a different kind of king. A king is put into office and we call that their coronation or their exaltation. And that’s exactly what our Lord Jesus is talking about in the gospel lesson…

Sermon for Fourth Sunday in Lent

(Transcribed by machine 04/07/2024) Jesus says, as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in him may have eternal life. You may be seated. Dear Henry the Baptized, and all the Lord’s baptized people, the Lord was trying to explain to Nicodemus on this night how baptism could do such great works, how…

Sermon for Lent Midweek 1

(Transcribed by machine 04/08/2024) In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear saints, we are about 15 hours before our Lord breathes his last and dies on the cross. It is Holy Thursday. The disciples have traveled with Jesus to Jerusalem, something that they were nervous about doing for weeks and weeks. Remember, Jesus had to talk them into going even to Bethany to rescue Lazarus.…

Sermon for Ash Wednesday

(Transcribed by machine 04/08/2024) In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear Saints of God, the two most important things for us to know are also the two most difficult things for us to know. And they are these. First, you are a sinner who deserves the wrath of God. And second, you have a Savior Savior, who has endured that wrath for you.” Now we’re going to explore…

Sermon for Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

(Transcribed by machine 04/08/2024) In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear saints, we pick up today where we left off last week. Jesus was in the synagogue in Capernaum. He had cast out the unclean spirit from the man and delivered him and finished his sermon, his preaching there, made sure that the demon didn’t preach in church. And then they leave the synagogue and they…

Sermon for Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

(Transcribed by machine 04/08/2024) In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear saints, who is your enemy? I want to lean into that today. In fact, I want to take a couple steps back and we’re working around this gospel text of Mark chapter 1 where, and really the whole of the chapter 1 where the Lord is laying out what Jesus is coming to do, the wrongs he’s making…