Chastity takes place throughout the entire life of the believer. It encompasses not simply the acts occurring in the bedroom, but the life we live together and before the world, in the clothes we wear, the jokes we tell, even the movies we watch.
Roy S. Askins
The January issue of The Lutheran Witness discusses the “Chaste and Decent Life” to which Christians are called, in spite of a culture which has rejected it.
The tabernacle signified God’s presence among His people Israel. Now, we look to Jesus to see the place of God’s presence among His people.
In the December Lutheran Witness, read how Christ’s incarnation was prefigured throughout the Old Testament and continues to be the source of greatest gifts today.
The November Lutheran Witness discusses the gifts of God in the Lord’s Supper under the theme “Fellowship at the Table for You.”
In Holy Communion, our Lord gives us what we need most: His body and blood for the forgiveness of our sins.
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Do not desert Him who called you in Christ Jesus. There is no other Gospel than that which we preached to you: “A person is not justified by works of the law but through faith in Jesus Christ” (Gal. 2:16).
The October Lutheran Witness reflects on the book of Galatians: its historical context, its impact on the Reformation, and its message of Good News for Christians.
Ars Moriendi: The art of dying well. Death is not a good thing; God imposed it on Adam and Eve and the entire human race as a punishment for sin. How, then, does one “die well”? With faith and confidence in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The September Lutheran Witness reflects on “the art of dying well.”
The August Lutheran Witness discusses “Necessary Conversations: Religion and Politics.”