The Lord be with you Unfortunately our blog has been targeted many times by spammers. They seek to sell drugs (usually to “boost” sexual performance or pain killers) or get people to give them money through phony scams. These spammers tend to target specific posts. For example, the post titled
During a special presentation July 11, 2016, at the 66th Regular Convention of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in Milwaukee, Dr. Ryan Anderson speaks about the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision redefining marriage in all 50 states, what it means for Americans and what it will mean for the free exercise of
Festival of St. Bartholomew, Apostle August 24 The Lord be with you The name “Bartholomew,” as this disciple is referred to in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and the book of Acts, means “the son (bar) of Tolmai (tholomew).” In the Gospel of John we discover his personal name, Nathanael. He was
The Lord be with you In recent months, tragedies have once again struck our nation. We have had floods and wildfires this time. I remembered an article by Dr. David P. Scaer and published by Concordia Theological Seminary back in 2013 when a tornado devastated the city of Moore, Oklahoma.
The Lord be with you St. Paul, in Galatians, speaks of two kinds of righteousness, a righteousness of the Law and a righteousness of the Gospel; a righteousness based on our works and a righteousness based on Christ’s work; a righteousness that believes one is acceptable to God because of
The following update on flooding that has happened in our country and how we are responding has been sent to pastor from the district. Update on Flooding Recovery Our hearts are moved to prayer and compassion as we hear the stories of flooding throughout the country. We have witnessed throughout
Commemoration of Samuel August 20 The Lord be with you Today is the Commemoration of Samuel on the LC-MS liturgical calendar. Apparently those who framed our calendar took the date from the Eastern Orthodox, who remembers Samuel on this day as well. He is commemorated as one of the Holy
Commemoration of Bernard of Clairvaux, Hymnwriter and Theologian August 19 The Lord be with you, On August 19, in the LC-MS, we remember Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153). Most liturgical calendars that include him, set aside August 20 for him as that is the day he died. However, on our calendar,