Sermons by Rev. Eric Heidecker
Rev. Eric Heidecker examines the coming of Jesus looking at Matthew 24:36-44 click the reference to read or listen in the recording. This week’s audio is not as good as we would like it. We lost the last part of the message this week. Someone turned on a fan at a microphone and the end times came sooner than expected. Very Advent. Pray for the audio folks.
Reverend Eric talks about his love relationship with the Bible. Our Gospel reading from Luke 15:1-10 is included in the recording and can be read here
Rev. Eric talks about Philemon and reads the whole book to demonstrate how to read the Bible in context. Our reading from Philemon and the gospel, Luke 14:25-33 are included in the recording. Philemon can be read here and the Luke reading can be found here.
Reverend Eric tells about empathy, remembering how is the creator of the gardens we tend. The reading from Luke 14:1,7-14 is included in the recording and can be read here. Rev. Eric also reads from Hebrews 13:1-16 and can be read here.
Rev. Eric Heidecker talks about the use of scripture then and now in understanding the Sabbath and life. Our Gospel Luke 13:10-17 is included at the beginning of the recording and the Old Testament reading of Isaiah 58:9b-14 is read at the end.
Rev. Eric explores Pauline perils, the Buddha in you, and ends with a 300-year-old prayer for the day. The blank space in the recording is where the title should be inserted. Scripture reading is 1 Corinthians 15:35-38, 42-50