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God's Words of Comfort During a Pandemic

Sermon preached at my congregation on March 15, 2020 for the Third Sunday in Lent. It was preached on Exodus 17:1-7 with John 4:5-26 also heavily used. This Sunday was arguably the first Americans had for worship during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

Brothers and sisters in Christ, grace and peace to you, Amen.
God’s Word is always full of perfect timing.  Our lives this past week have been changed and altered in profound ways.  You have the feeling we have been quickly thrust into uncharted waters and we don’t yet know where this wayward ship is headed.  Its frustrating when you don’t really know exactly what to think, or what sources to trust. We’re not sure if the world is going to end in the next 7 days or if we’re going to find out everything is a-okay, nothing further to worry about.  Tomorrow remains a big unknown.
Yet not entirely.  God’s Word speaks about Christian living in difficult times.  In days of uncertainty and days in which we feel like we are surrounded by unknown…

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