Worship With the Saints, Aug newsletter

Worship with the Saints Sometimes computers goof things up and place portions of an article in odd places, making them hard to follow. This happened with our August newsletter in the “Worship With the Saints” article. Below is the article, with the words in the right place. Blessings in Christ,

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Commemoration of Joseph of Arimathea

Commemoration of Joseph of Arimathea July 31 The Lord be with you Today, in the LC-MS, we remember Joseph of Arimathea. This Joseph is mentioned in all four Gospels. He came from a small village called Arimathea in the hill country of Judea. He was a respected member of the

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Commemoration of J.S. Bach, Kantor

Commemoration of Johann Sebastian Bach, Kantor July 28 The Lord be with you July 28 is the anniversary of the death of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) and the date he is commemorated on our calendar. Born in Eisenach and orphaned at the age of ten, Bach was mostly self-taught in

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The Seventh Mark of the Church

Recently, on my facebook account, the LC-MS shared a link to an article in the Journal of Lutheran Mission with the following opening words: On the Seventh Mark of the Church, as taught by Dr. Martin Luther  “Finally, “the holy Christian people are externally recognized by the holy possession of

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What Is the World To Me? – hymn study

Wednesday after Pentecost 10 July 27, 2016 The Lord be with you “What Is the World to Me” will be our opening hymn this coming Sunday. It has been in each of our English language hymnals (Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book, The Lutheran Hymnal, Lutheran Worship, Lutheran Service Book). It was written

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July 26 Revelation Class

The Lord be with you Below is the video from our Revelation class that met Monday, July 26, 2016. In it Pastor spends some time on the silly idea that the seven churches of Revelation represent the time between Pentecost and the dawn of the end times, then returns to

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Let Us Pray – sermon

The Lord be with you Today’s message, “Let Us Pray,” was based on the Lord’s Prayer. This “family prayer” of the Christian Church is pure grace and should be a blessing to all believers. Blessings in Christ, Pastor

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