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Speaker: Rev. Kate Davidson

The Promise of Passover

In the Exodus (which literally translated from Greek means “way out”) story, Moses and the Israelites were looking for the exit from slavery. This week we heard the end of that story, when God provides them the exit sign they are looking for. Listen as Pastor Kate explores the ways God provides even for us today.

Accompanying Scripture:
Exodus 12:1-13; 13:1-8, Luke 22:14-20

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God’s Promise to Abraham

This week we hear God’s promise to Abram (who will soon become Abraham) at a time when it seems Abram’s been waiting forever for it to come true and circumstances make it seem impossible. Listen as Pastor Kate explores the ways God provides answers and hope when we are faced with the disappointment of empty promises in our lives today.

Accompanying Scripture:
Genesis 15:1-6, Luke 3:8

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Times of Trial

“God doesn’t give us more than we can handle.” It’s a go-to saying for many when we’re unsure of how to help soothe a friend or family member in distress. Listen as Pastor Kate dives into that phrase and the request that we ask of God, to “save us from the time of trial,” in the Lord’s prayer.

Accompanying Scripture:
Psalm 130, Matthew 6:9-13

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Daily Bread

How many loaves of bread have you baked during this pandemic? As we continue our sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer, listen as Pastor Kate explores the part in which we ask God to give us our daily bread and what that means, especially now in this uncertain time.

Accompanying Scripture:
Exodus 16:13-21, Matthew 6:9-13

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Hallowed be Your Name

What is God’s celebrity? This week as we continue our sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer, Pastor Kate explores the “hallowed be your name” portion and how it extends to us today.

Accompanying Scripture:
Romans 11:11-16, Matthew 6:9-13

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Be Brave

After Job loses everything and then is blessed by God, it almost seems as if the rest of his life is lived happily ever after. But that just doesn’t seem to be the way the world works. Pastor Kate explores the notion of happily ever after in the aftermath of tragedy and our call to be brave.

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 42:1-17

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A Shift in Perspective

For a few weeks now, we’ve been following the story of Job and the cosmic bet between God and the Satan that placed Job in the middle. We’ve heard how his life was destroyed and everything he had, his house, possessions, and family are lost and the aftermath of that as Job contends with his grief. This week, Job confronts God and asks for an accounting, and God responds. Listen as Pastor Kate explores how God’s answer has the potential for a change of perspective. 

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 31:35-37, 38:1-11, John 1: 1-5

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A Cosmic Wager

This Sunday we began a sermon series on the book of Job, which highlights the story of a man who is completely righteous, loves God, and does everything right but loses everything. What starts as a cosmic bet between God and Satan ends with an exchange between God and Job, giving voice to our frustration with the brokenness of our world. Listen as Pastor Kate explores why God even agrees to this bet and what it means for us today.

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 1:1-22, Luke 6: 46-49

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Gifts of the Spirit

This week we celebrated the day of Pentecost when the whole church was together, gifted with the Holy Spirit, and suddenly able to hear each other even though they spoke different languages. Listen as Pastor Kate explores the way the spirit is at work in and around us, uniting us during the divisive times we find ourselves experiencing today.

Accompanying Scripture:
Acts 2:1-4, 1 Corinthians 12:1-13, Mark 1: 4-8

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Faith, Hope, and Love

This week we hear from the Apostle Paul when he writes to the Corinthians about love. Listen as Pastor Kate explores what he really meant when he wrote love is patient and love is kind and what that means to us now.

Accompanying Scripture:
1 Corinthians 13:1-3, Mark 12: 28-31

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Faith Lutheran Church

3313 Arlington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201

703.525.9283 (Church)
703.525.1375 (Preschool)

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10:00 AM Streaming Worship

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