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A Sermon on Ii Chron. Xviii13

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A Sermon on Ii Chron. Xviii,13


A Sermon on Ii Chron. Xviii,13

Delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Charles Brooks to the pastoral charge of the Third Church and Parish in Hingham.

Introduction

Today, we gather here to witness the ordination of Rev. Charles Brooks to the pastoral charge of the Third Church and Parish in Hingham. In this sermon, we will reflect upon the scripture passage from Ii Chron. Xviii,13 and explore its significance in our lives.

The Scripture Passage

Ii Chron. Xviii,13 states, “And Micaiah said, As the LORD liveth, even what my God saith, that will I speak.” This verse reminds us of the importance of speaking the truth and staying faithful to God’s word.

The Importance of Speaking the Truth

In a world filled with deception and falsehoods, it is crucial for us to uphold the value of truth. Rev. Brooks, as the newly ordained pastor, has the responsibility to guide his congregation with honesty and integrity. By speaking the truth, he can lead his flock towards a deeper understanding of God’s teachings.

Staying Faithful to God’s Word

As Micaiah declared, he would only speak what God had said. Similarly, Rev. Brooks must remain steadfast in his commitment to preaching the word of God. By staying faithful to God’s teachings, he can inspire his congregation to live a righteous and fulfilling life.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the significance of Ii Chron. Xviii,13 in the context of ordination?
  2. The verse emphasizes the importance of speaking the truth and staying faithful to God’s word, which are essential qualities for a pastor.

  3. How can Rev. Brooks apply this scripture passage in his pastoral duties?
  4. Rev. Brooks can apply this passage by always speaking the truth, teaching God’s word, and guiding his congregation towards a closer relationship with God.

  5. What can the congregation expect from Rev. Brooks as their new pastor?
  6. The congregation can expect Rev. Brooks to be a dedicated and faithful shepherd, leading them with love, compassion, and a commitment to the truth.

Conclusion

As we conclude this sermon, let us remember the words of Ii Chron. Xviii,13 and the significance they hold for Rev. Charles Brooks as he takes on the pastoral charge of the Third Church and Parish in Hingham. May he always speak the truth and remain faithful to God’s word, guiding his congregation towards a deeper understanding of their faith.


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