Here’s some of the sermons I’ve preached in the past year or so.


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Book: 1 Kings (1), Matthew (5), Romans (1).
Date: 2007 (1), 2008 (1), 2009 (1), 2010 (2)
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Sermons (5)

Your Kingdom Come - Politics
Romans 13:1-6 (Part of the Your Kingdom Come series).
Preached by Peter Ould on April 18, 2010 (Sunday Morning).
Palm Sunday - 2010
Matthew 21:10-17 (Part of the Your Kingdom Come series).
Preached by Peter Ould on March 28, 2010 (Sunday Morning).
Encounters with God - Elijah
1 Kings 19:1-18 (Part of the Encounters with God series).
Preached by Peter Ould on May 24, 2009 (Sunday Morning).
Palm Sunday 2008 - Ordinary / Extraordinary
Matthew 21:1-11 (Part of the Passiontide series).
Preached by Peter Ould on March 16, 2008 (Sunday Morning).
Parable of the Treasure and the Pearl
Matthew 13:44-46 (Part of the Parables of Jesus series).
Preached by Peter Ould on November 4, 2007 (Sunday Morning).


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No one could describe
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but when He took flesh from you, O Theotokos,
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