St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians is a tour de force of certainty for every Christian.
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As Christians, we do not “grieve as others do who have no hope.” We know that we shall die and live with Jesus.
The recent Supreme Court decision Bostock v. Clayton County pits the law and force of the federal government against orthodox Christians.
God works His greatest blessings through crosses.
Pandemics and plagues have come and gone over the millennia. Christ has sustained His church.
The apostles were sent by Christ to bear witness to the world. Their words still bear witness to Christ’s resurrection.
Jesus fasted for all of us as part of His obedience to the Law. But no doubt, He also fasted to keep His body, mind and spirit focused upon His Father and His mission.
Belief can’t happen where the message has not been heard. And there can be no hearing of the message without a preacher.
My salvation is as certain as Christ, because everything Christ did is mine! You see, it’s blasphemous to say, “Yes, I believe in Christ, but I don’t know if I’m really going to heaven.”
Visitation is the sacred duty of every pastor. To be sure, the ministry of Jesus, the apostles and St. Paul was not tied to any one place.
The heart of our confession of Christ and the sacred Scriptures is summarized in the Augsburg Confession.
Hymns do more than effect emotion or even devotion. They bear the rich, deep words of Holy Scripture — the very Gospel itself — sung right into our hearts and minds.