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Gospel Sermons for a Day of Pentecost through Thanksgiving
Ron Lavin, Rick McCracken-Bennett, April Yamasaki
If you're more a fan of reading full-length sermons and using them as spring boards for your own sermons or looking for great illustrative material, you can't go wrong with this series of sermons based on the Cycle B Gospel texts

Cycle B Sermons For Proper 23 Through Christ the King Based On The Gospel Texts
April Yamasaki

Yamasaki's Ordinary Time with Jesus presents ten sermons for the season after Pentecost (last third) that beautifully weave the gospel scriptures with our daily experiences. She reminds us to surrender our ideas, our hopes, and our expectations to Jesus as she closes each sermon with a simple prayer, emphasizing total dependence upon Christ.

Series II, Cycle B
William Keeney
Parables provide insights and lessons which are timeless. When they are employed in preaching the hearer receives images which are easy to remember. Preaching the parables provides a means of communicating the teachings of Jesus for modern Christians. Preaching the parables provides a means of communicating the teachings of Jesus for modern Christians. For each Cycle B parable Keeney includes

Cycle B Sermons for Proper 13 Through Proper 22
William Carter
In the gospel message, we see the drama of Jesus' life and ministry and are challenged to join in it. This collection of sermons is a valuable resource for Sermon starters and illuminating illustrations

Cycle B Sermons for Advent through Epiphany Based on the Gospel Texts
Richard Hasler
This collection of sermons is a valuable resource for:

- Sermon starters and illuminating illustrations

- Gaining a new homiletical perspective to the lectionary

- Offering a newer, deeper understanding and appreciation of scripture

- Using as a starter for adult Bible study groups or personal devotions

Cycle B Sermons for Advent, Christmas, Epiphany Based On the Gospel Texts
Charley Reeb
Throughout the seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, we are often reminded of the importance of drawing near to God. But as the busyness of life absorbs into our homes, our relationships, and our spirits, it can be difficult to rely upon the grace of God and hear the voice of his Spirit. The promise of the season, though, is that through God's revelation to us in Christ, we can discover a hope that empowers a broken world.