What to do when the temptation and trial seems to come, not from the devil, the world or your sinful flesh, but from God?
The darker the world, the brighter the Gospel. The more depressing the sermon of the world is, the more precious becomes the preaching of our beloved pastors.
The three estates frame our lives together. We live out our new lives in Christ in these three estates.
The April issue of The Lutheran Witness explores the Christian’s life in the three estates: the church, the family and the state.
There is no meal I look forward to as much as our annual Easter feast. My enjoyment of other festive meals always pales in comparison to Easter dinner.
The hardest part of gardening is always the waiting.
As Christians, we do not “grieve as others do who have no hope.” We know that we shall die and live with Jesus.
The apostles were sent by Christ to bear witness to the world. Their words still bear witness to Christ’s resurrection.
It is the bedrock teaching of the New Testament that Christ is the first one raised, and we too shall be raised from the dead at the Last Day.
What joy is ours as resurrection people to participate is Christ’s own great mission of seeking, finding and saving the lost!