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Carolyn Seifert  

Ninth Sunday After Pentecost  

Sermon 7.17.16 from Crown of Glory Orlando


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Sunday Worship  9:30 AM
Family Bible Study 11:00 AM
When a doctor wants to check a person's health, the first thing he looks at are the "vital signs": pulse, breathing, blood pressure.  Our faith in Jesus also has "vital signs" which determine whether it's a healthy, living faith or simply dead intellectual knowledge.  An old Christian hymn says: "Prayer is the Christian's vital breath."  Join us this Sunday as our Great Physician, Jesus, talks to us about this most vital sign of true faith in him: "Prayer." 

One of the biggest challenges to Christian faith is the problem of suffering and death.  If there is a loving God, why does he allow so much human misery?  Scientists and evolutionists say that this is proof that there is no God.  Even we Christians find our faith challenged sometimes by personal suffering and loss of loved ones.  Let's find answers and strength for our faith this Sunday in the Word of God: "Death - The Enemy."
Ushers - Phil Berean, Donald Pearce
Holy Communion - Blair Schlender
Church Cleaning - Berean

Service Times:
Worship Sunday    9:30am
Adult Bible Class 11:00am
Crown of Glory 
Lutheran Church

Phone: 407-291-2262
Fax: 407-291-2262
Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. ~ Hebrews 11:1