The Lord be with you Most of us, when we read the Bible, do not question how we understand it. It seems rather straight forward. Then we come across a passage like John 3:14, where Jesus references Moses making and lifting up a bronze serpent in the wilderness and then indicated it
The Lord be with you There are many great hymns, and they often have inspiring stories associated with them. One such hymn is “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name” (LSB 549). The following story was found in The Handbook to the Lutheran Hymnal, by W. G. Polack. An incident
March 7 Commemoration of Perpetua and Felicitas, Martyrs On March 7, 202, the women Perpetua and Felicitas were martyred for their Christian Faith in Carthage, Africa. They were arrested and executed because they were “catechumens.” A “catechumen” is a person who is undergoing basic instruction in the Christian Faith. Their
Below is the next video from our Bible study on the book of Revelation. We covered the beginning of the throne scene in this chapter, touching on gemstones, the numbers three, four, seven, twelve and twenty-four, positions of items in the vision, sea of glass, and more.
Today’s message focuses on the curse of Genesis 3. Because of problems with the church’s printer, I was unable to bring the text of the message into the pulpit, but preached from a few notes. Consequently the message does not follow the text as closely as normal. You can read
What if We Told Them? by Steve Schave We know two things: (1) The United States of America has become one of the greatest mission fields in the world as the statistic for the “unchurched” grows at a staggering rate. (2) Jesus commanded His disciples to proclaim a message of