Is Death Natural?

Death is a perennial issue for humanity. It is not surprising, then, that the book WHAT LUTHER SAYS, has 25 pages of quotes from Martin Luther on the subject (363-388). What follows is the first quote on the topic, which is the 1065th quote in the book. IN THE DAYS

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Silas, Fellow Worker of St. Peter and St. Paul

Commemoration of Silas, Fellow Worker of St. Peter and St. Paul February 10 The Lord be with you Timothy had delivered Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians but Silas (also known as Silvanus) delivered his second letter. Apparently Silas had become Paul’s new deputy. He plays an important role in

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What Is A Christian?

What is a Christian? How do they act? How do they develop? These are questions asked in every generation. These are the sort of topics covered in the book of Martin Luther quotes by Ewald Plass WHAT LUTHER SAYS under to topic THE CHRISTIAN (209-246). Below are the first two

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WHAT LUTHER SAYS – book review

The Lord be with you The Bible remains timeless because the condition and concerns of humanity really doesn’t change over time. We face, fundamentally, the same problems and challenges as well as strive and hope for the same things that generation after generation has done so. The answers God supplies

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Me, A Light?

In today’s message, Pastor continues to share how the Bible’s teaching about how we are both sinners and saints at the same time opens up the Sermon on the Mount with revelations about us and Jesus.

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Commemoration of Jacob (Israel), Patriarch

Commemoration of Jacob (Israel), Patriarch February 5 The Lord be with you February 5 has been set aside to remember Jacob (Israel) on our liturgical calendar. Jacob, the third of the three Hebrew patriarchs, was the younger of the twin sons of Isaac and Rebekah. After wrestling with the Angel

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Do You Know About the CTCR?

WHAT IS THE CTCR? The Holy Christian Church consists of all those—and only those—who trust in God’s Son, Jesus Christ, as their Savior from sin. It is called into being, nurtured, and extended by the power of the Holy Spirit working through the Gospel in Word and Sacraments. Because the

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Who Was Claus Harms?

Claus Harms, Pastor, Theologian, Confessor and Renewer of the Church February 1 Our liturgical calendar has Feasts, Festivals and Commemorations. Commemorations are intended to inspire us to research and discover some of the outstanding figures of the Faith that have gone before. One name that isn’t on our calendar, but

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