What is the Wrong Question? What is the Right Question?

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Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on Sunday, October 16, 2016 was entitled “What is the Wrong Question?  What is the Right Question? (Answering Difficult Questions)

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary:  As part of Pastor Bauer’s sermon series, “Answering Difficult Questions”, his message on October 16, was entitled, “What is the Wrong Question?  What is the Right Question?”  Is it wrong to question God?  Some people think it is not right to bring our questions and concerns to God, but the scriptures are filled with questions to God.

 

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Why Should I Believe in God?

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Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on Sunday, October 9, 2016 was entitled “Why Should I Believe in God?” (Answering Difficult Questions)

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary:  As part of Pastor Bauer’s sermon series, “Answering Difficult Questions”, his message on October 9, was entitled, “Why Should I Believe in God?”  Do we just blindly trust God?  Is God just a “crutch” to people who are weak?  What good does it do to believe in an almighty God? Just because we can’t see Him, doesn’t mean He isn’t there.  “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities – His eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen” Romans 1:20

 

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Aren’t All Religions the Same?

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Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on Sunday, October 2, 2016 was entitled “Aren’t All Religions the Same?” (Answering Difficult Questions)

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary:  As part of Pastor Bauer’s sermon series, “Answering Difficult Questions”, his message on October 2, was entitled, “Aren’t All Religions the Same?”  Although all religions claim a belief in a higher power, they are very different in what type of God that is.  Christians believe in One God who is almighty and desires a loving relationship with us.  “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Why Do Innocent People Suffer?

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Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on Sunday, September 25, 2016 was entitled “Why Do Innocent People Suffer?” (Answering Difficult Questions)

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary:  As part of Pastor Bauer’s sermon series, “Answering Difficult Questions”, his message on September 25, was entitled, “Why Do Innocent People Suffer?”  When tragedy or trauma strikes a nation or a family, there is a tendency to ask; “Why would God allow this to happen?” God is never the cause of evil. We live in a sin filled world that effects our lives. God is our loving Father who desires the best for us.

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Do I Really Need A Church?

Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on Back to Church Sunday, September 18, 2016 was entitled “Do I Really Need a Church?”

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary:  The whole greater than the sum of its parts. God put us together in a community called the church where we are nourished and together serve God and one another.

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Sinners in the Summertime – King Herod the Great

Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on August 28, 2016 was entitled “Sinners in the Summertime – King Herod the Great”

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary: We can learn from positive lessons in the Bible and also negative personalities. The people of God are not perfect. God’s word uses examples of people who often fall away to show us how to live our lives.  We remember the sacrifice of the children of Bethlehem because a king, King Herod, wanted power more than anything else.  Ironically, there was one born in Bethlehem to pay the price of sinfulness.

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Peter and Judas – Sinners in the summertime

Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on August 7, 2016 was entitled “Sinners in the Summertime – Peter and Judas”

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary: We can learn from positive lessons in the Bible and also negative personalities. The people of God are not perfect. God’s word uses examples of people who often fall away to show us how to live our lives.  In the last days of Jesus earthly life, both Peter and Judas rejected Jesus. One whoever, became a powerful witness in the early church, the other committed suicide. What was different? Both were remorseful but only one turned to God in repentance.

 

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Sinners in the Summertime – Abraham, Sarah, Issac

Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on July 31, 2016 was entitled “Sinners in the Summertime – Abraham, Sarah, Isaac”

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary: We can learn from positive lessons in the Bible and also negative personalities. The people of God are not perfect. God’s word uses examples of people who often fall away to show us how to live our lives.  “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” 1 John 1:9

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

What Helps Us Get Through the Problems

Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on July 24, 2016 was entitled “What Helps Us Get Through the Problems?”

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary: For the past three weeks, Pastor Bauer has been preaching of the book of Habakkuk – an Old Testament book.  Habakkuk is a prophet who brings comfort to the people of God even in the midst of all the troubles they were facing. Habakkuk says remember God’s character and God’s goodness to you. Trust in the Lord! Rejoice in the Lord! “The Sovereign LORD is my strength; He makes my feet like the feet of a deer, He enables me to go on the heights.” Habakkuk 3:19

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

Wait – “The Righteous Live by Faith”

Pastor Allen Bauer’s Message on July 17, 2016 was entitled “Wait – The Righteous Live by Faith”

This sermon was offered during our worship services at Fishers Of Men Lutheran.

Summary: For the next three weeks, Pastor Bauer will be preaching of the book of Habakkuk – an Old Testament book.  Habakkuk is a prophet who brings comfort to the people of God even in the midst of all the troubles they were facing. Habakkuk says that the righteous live by faith. We can look at God’s goodness in our past, to help us deal with present problems. We need to leave behind any idols and put our faith and trust in God.

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Fishers Of Men Lutheran Church Sugar Land shares these audio sermon files through our website and our Fishers Sugar Land Church iTunes podcast in grateful response to our Savior Jesus who shares His all, and with the hope that they encourage those who listen.

Worship with us any Sunday at 830am (traditional Lutheran, liturgical), 11am (blended praise style).  Learn more about our worship services at our FOM Worship page.

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