Set Free – Galatians 5:1, 13 – Seminarian Adam Flanick

This week’s sermon, “Set Free” is based off of the epistle lesson from Galatians 5.  In the apostle Paul’s letter to the Galatians, Paul exhorts the Galatian Christian to live in the freedom obtained through Christ which ultimately leads to love that serves others.  Even though we often fail to recognize the freedom we have in Christ, today we are reminded that true freedom is in Jesus Christ and shows itself as we serve our neighbors out of love.

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  1. Jean Tichnell

    Awesome sermon Adam! You are such a blessing to so many. There is a congregation somewhere out there that is going to be blown away by your ability to share the Word. Your Concordia family is very proud of you.

  2. Pat Fridgen

    Adam, I’ll share on the technical aspects of your speech (you know I teach that at the college level).
    You get an A. The pace is just right, with effective pauses. You are able to emphasize the important points by your phrasing. You use repetition well, and give examples we can visualize.
    The message is clear and relatable. Each word is useful and none are just filling space.
    Great job. (And 18 minutes is about right. Don’t start giving 40 minute sermons). 🙂

  3. Cheryl Fertitta

    👏👏👏 Fantastic job! Prayers for you as you continue your studies 🙏

  4. Nancy Flicek

    Adam – What a wonderful message. Congratulations on a great sermon. You already sound like a well experienced speaker. We are proud of you.
    And you have our prayers for your “Hebrew” class and the rest of your studies.

  5. Rosella

    Your sermon was wonderful, great message and very well spoken.
    Prayers for your Hebrew class. You are a wonderful asset to your chosen profession. Blessings to you and your family.

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