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Sermons Collection of Year B We Hope in JESUS! by Mark Marian Sontowski

Sermons Collection of Year B We Hope in JESUS!

by Mark Marian Sontowski

Pages: 266

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Category
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Spiritual Growth
  • RELIGION - Christian Education - General
  • RELIGION - Biblical Commentary - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662817892

Price : $17.49



Year B is the first book of Year A, B, and C sermons collection of the trilogy series. The Scripture selection of every sermon comes from the Revised Common Lectionary. Usually, readings from RCL are repeating every three years. Therefore, this book can be acknowledged by all and indicates timeless characteristics. Readers can find comfort in difficult times and many counsels for individual emotional, mental and spiritual development.
A book like this should be the next to the Bible in every family and every home. Readers of all Christian tradition can be strengthened and encouraged to come closer to Jesus Christ, Savior. Every lay preacher and pastor can find a source for personal reflection and a great inspiration to proclaim Good News with confidence and passion. Parents can find a great inspiration to share families’ Christian traditions and inspire the next generation to keep moral and ethical values. In doing so, we all have a positive impact on building a better society and nation.
The author focused on a message commissioned by Jesus, known as the Great Commission of the Disciple, from Matthew 28:18-20. “We Hope in Jesus!” speaks about many stories and positive results of their hope. Hope is an emotional characteristic that changed many. Hope is strongly related to our faith. “Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1.
Sermons series reflects the Reformation tradition, therefore very quickly will be accepted by vast readers. All who are witnessing to Jesus and all are looking for a spark to ignite their faith in God.

Dr. Mark Marian Sontowski was born in Poland, previously East Prussia, Germany, and grow up in the United Methodist Church family. However, he and his family traditionally practiced the Reformation tradition. He studied and respected the Reformation theology and doctrines. He has been preached and taught at the United Methodist Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Roman Catholic Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in England, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, and the United States. An audience was from a few up to dozens of hundreds. His Doctor Degree thesis was “Teaching Adults the Faith Practices of the First Century Church.”

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