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Sermons from Keller United Methodist Church

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The End: Death and Dying

Dying is scary, whether one’s own death or the pain of losing a loved one. Death in our Christian perspective is less of a finality and more of an intermission. The pain of death is not lessened, but viewing death as part of our journey with Christ to life eternal does give us a new perspective. Knowing God is with us and that we are retiring to our God in spirit helps us to overcome some of our fear.

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Change and Uncertainty

In our fast-paced world, sometimes it is easier to just keep doing what we have always done. That is exactly what the Israelites wanted to do when the promised land was right in front of them. As they turned their focus to God, they were able to face the change and newness with hope and excitement. How can we hear that same message in the midst of changes of our world today?

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Friendless and Alone: Our Deepest Self

God did not create us to be alone and isolated, but to rely on each other. God is always with us, and we can always be there for others to remind them of God’s love and presence. The certainty of God’s love allows us to connect to our deepest selves, the people God created us to be. No matter what, we are not alone!

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The Sky is Falling: The World Around Us

So many things divide our world today: politics, race, socio-economic realities. We focus on our differences instead of God’s law of unconditional love. Scripture tells us to seek God’s divine image in everyone we meet. Even those who disagree with us and are different from us are our neighbors, our brothers and sisters in Christ our Lord. How can we live into that truth?

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The Age of Anxiety: Understanding and Countering Fear

It is easy to get caught up in the notion that the sky is falling. We deal with real fears and anxieties, but part of being faithful means striving to stay realistic about what we can control and what we need to turn over to God. How can we acknowledge our struggles while living with less worry?

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