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The 9th Commandment: God Gave You Happiness! Ex.20:1,2,17aThe 9th Important Thing: God Gave You Happiness! The 9th Commandment exposes our sinful hearts that always want to cling to stuff for security and happiness. Sermon for the 9th Sunday After Trinity, 18-August-2019, preached at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The 8th Commandment: God Gave You A Name! Ex.20:16 11-Aug-19The Lord God blessed us with a name through our parents. We are to protect and defend our neighbor's name from all lies, slander, and deceit. Sermon Text: Exodus 20:1,2,16. Sermon Theme: The Eighth Important Thing: God Gave You A Name! Sermon preached for the 8th Sunday After Trinity, 11-August-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The 7th Important Thing: God Gave You Stuff! Exodus 20:15We are tempted to worship created things rather than our Creator! The Seventh Commandment teaches us the truth that: God Gave Us Stuff! Sermon Text: Exodus 20:1,2,15. Preached for the 6th Sunday after Trinity, 28-July-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The 6th Commandment Exodus 20:14 God Gave You A Family!The sixth important thing about being creation is: "God Gave You A Family!" Sermon on the Sixth Commandment - Exodus 20:1,2,14. Preached for the 5th Sunday After Trinity, 21-July-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The 5th Commandment - God Gave You A Body! Exodus 20:1,2,13"I believe that God has made me..." We are not accidents of eons of chance random processes, but created by a loving Heavenly Father. Human life is a gift from God and is to be protected and preserved. Sermon Text: Exodus 20:1,2,13. Sermon Theme: The Fifth Important Thing: God Gave You A Body! Preached for The Fourth Sunday After Trinity, 14-July-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The 4th Commandment - Exodus 20:12 - God Designed You!"Honor your father and your mother." Authority is a blessed part of our Creator's design for His creation. The 4th Commandment calls us to serve our neighbor in love. Sermon Text: Exodus 20:1,2,12. Sermon Theme: The Fourth Important Thing About Being Creation -God Designed You! Preached for The Third Sunday After Trinity, 7-July-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
"The Third Commandment: God Speaks!" Prov.9:1-10 Trinity 2"By the Word of the Lord the heavens were made" Our living God breaks into our time and space through His living and active Word. Sermon Theme: "The Third Commandment: God Speaks!" Sermon Text: Proverbs 9:1-10. Preached for The Second Sunday After Trinity, 30-June-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The Second Commandment: God Has A Name! Exodus 20:1,2,7We don't find God - He reveals Himself to us in His Name! Sermon on the Second Commandment. Sermon Text: Exodus 20:1,2,7 Sermon Theme: The Second Important Thing About Being Creation: God Has A Name! Preached for the 1st Sunday After Trinity, 23-June-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman, Mn by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The First Commandment Trinity Sunday - Exodus 20:1-3 6/16/19"Fathers train up your children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord." Teach your children to know the only true God - the Holy Trinity. During the Trinity season we will review the "A,B,C's" of Christ's doctrine - The Holy Ten Commandments, The Apostles' Creed, and The Lord's Prayer. Sermon Text: Exodus 20:1-3. Sermon Theme: "The First Important Thing About Being Creation: There Is A God and You Are Not Him!" Sermon preached for Trinity Sunday, 16-June-2019, at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church and School, Truman,MN by Rev. Nathan J. Rusert.
The Funeral Sermon For Craig Lee Breitbarth 3-June-2019 Craig Lee “Whitey” Breitbarth was born in Madelia to Waldemar and Marion (Altenburg) Breitbarth, on February 13, 1957. He was reborn by God’s grace in Christ Jesus through the waters of Holy Baptism on March, 10th, 1957 at St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church, South Branch. The Lord Jesus baptized him through the hands of Rev. Rosenwinkel. Growing in God’s Word, grace, and knowledge as he attended grade school at St. John’s Ev. Lutheran School, South Branch. Catechized by Rev. Dr. Arthur Drevlow, Craig confessed the Holy Apostolic Faith given him in holy baptism and was confirmed at St. John’s, South Branch on April 25th, 1971. His confirmation verse was Luke 11:28 “Blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it.” Craig attended
and graduated from Truman High School in 1975.
Craig met Sheila Pittman, when they were teenagers and they fell in love. On September 16th, 1978 the Lord united them in the blessed estate of marriage in Fairmont, Minnesota. The Lord would bless their marriage with three children. Craig rejoice to serve the Lord as a loving Christian husband and father. He also served his neighbor helping farm with his father and brother in the Truman area. He served the Lord working for 20 years at Westin Automotive in St. James. Craig was currently serving at HitchDoc Manufacturing in Jackson for the last 10 years and worked there until the day the Lord called him Home.
Craig attended St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church, Antrim while growing up and then joined St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church in Truman. He served on various boards at St. Paul’s always supporting the Lutheran school. He was a member of the Monday Bowling League in Fairmont for over 25 years. Craig liked to hunt, birdwatch, and loved spending time outdoors. His greatest treasures were his wife, children and grandchildren. They were his pride and joy.
On Tuesday, May 28th, 2019, Craig was suddenly taken from this valley of sorrow Home to God the Father in Heaven. He fell asleep in Jesus’ loving nail scarred hands.
Left to look forward to the reunion that awaits all Christians on the Last Day in the resurrection of the body and the life of the world to come are his wife and best friend of 40 years, Sheila; daughter, Katie Breitbarth of Mankato; sons, Jared (Jenna) Breitbarth of Fairmont and Shane (Nichole) Breitbarth of Truman; grandchildren, Cadence, Dane and Deegan Breitbarth and Mila Smokrovich; brother, Randy (Sarah) Breitbarth of Truman; sister, Ardis (Stan) Ahlman of Big Fork, MN; many nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.
Craig was preceded Home to Heaven through death by his parents.