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Moments of Comfort is an online video ministry of Worship Anew which speaks to the sufferings we face in this life with the comforting message of God's Word.
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March 2022 Programs
Laments of Lent: Not Forsaken! | Moments of Comfort
At times in life we feel trapped, alone in the dark. Jesus deliberately experiences all this and more at the cross. As Jesus quotes Psalm 22, we see in these words Jesus passion and resurrection.View
March 27, 2022 – Fourth Sunday in Lent
The story in Luke 15 is often called the “Parable of the Prodigal Son.” But the word prodigal is actually a much better description of the father. You see, “prodigal” means “reckless” or “extravagant” and it is in the father’s unrestrained and…View
Preview April 3, 2022 - Rev. Shayne Jonker - Cornerstone of Salvation - Sermon Text - Luke 20:17bView
Laments of Lent: God Knows | Moments of Comfort
Does the flourishing of evil in our world distress you? It did King David in Psalm 39. God knows. God cares for us as we wrestle with the troubling things around us.View
Preview March 27, 2021 - Rev. Thomas A. Eggold - “The Prodigal Father” - Sermon Text - Luke 15:1-3a, 11-32View
March 20, 2022 – Third Sunday in Lent
The sea crossing in the time of Moses was a miracle and also a foreshadowing of Christian baptism. There are points of similarity between the sea event and baptism which bring us great comfort today.View
Laments of Lent: Help Me Lord! | Moments of Comfort
Enemies of pain, distress, and struggle threaten to overwhelm us. We look to Jesus who grants us His joy, His peace, and His comfort here, now and forever. Jesus help us!View
Preview March 20, 2021 - Rev. Dr. Walter Maier III - “The Sea Crossing: A Type” - Sermon Text - 1 Corinthians 10:1-2View
March 13, 2022 – Second Sunday in Lent
Christians are citizens of heaven through our King victorious, Christ the Son of God. This heavenly citizenship changes our attitudes and actions. It changes our lives today and eternally!View
Laments of Lent: Hear Me Lord! | Moments of Comfort
Sometimes it seems God is not paying attention to our prayers. We cry out to God, confident that He does hear prayers for Jesus sake. With King David in Psalm 5, we cry out in trust.View
Preview March 13, 2021 - Rev. Dr. Thomas Ahlersmeyer - “What a Contrast!” - Sermon Text - Philippians 3:17 – 4:1View
March 6, 2022 – First Sunday in Lent
The Apostle Paul reminds us that the Word of God is near us; so near it is in our mouth and in our hearts. What does that mean? How does that impact our lives when we are facing temptation?View