Nov 26, 2020
Give Thanks In All Circumstances
Jesus healed ten lepers and only one came back to thank Him. Do we sometimes forget God's goodness and blessing in our lives and fail to thank Him? Today we are reminded of the many reasons we can rejoice and be thankful!
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  • Nov 26, 2020Give Thanks In All Circumstances
    Nov 26, 2020
    Give Thanks In All Circumstances
    Jesus healed ten lepers and only one came back to thank Him. Do we sometimes forget God's goodness and blessing in our lives and fail to thank Him? Today we are reminded of the many reasons we can rejoice and be thankful!
  • Nov 22, 2020Forever With The Lord
    Nov 22, 2020
    Forever With The Lord
    On this Last Sunday of the Church Year, we hear words of encouragement from St. Paul concerning everlasting life. When Christ comes again, all believers will spend everlasting life in His glorious presence!
  • Nov 15, 2020Not As An Exaction
    Nov 15, 2020
    Not As An Exaction
    The more we understand how richly God has blessed us, the deeper will be our love and gratitude to Him and the greater will be our desire to respond in generous giving of all we have to offer, not only our monetary gifts, but our time, efforts, and abilities as well.
  • Nov 8, 2020Let Us Do Good to All People
    Nov 8, 2020
    Let Us Do Good to All People
    Stewardship is all about managing the blessings God pours into our lives. One of the ways we respond to God's goodness is by sharing our blessings with others. Today, Paul encourages us to "do good to all people."
  • Nov 1, 2020A Sure Path to the NFL
    Nov 1, 2020
    A Sure Path to the NFL
    On All Saints' Day, we remember those who have completed their earthly journeys and now enjoy the presence of God in heaven. We remember also that, by God's grace, we are numbered with the saints!
  • Oct 25, 2020The Lord Almighty is With Us
    Oct 25, 2020
    The Lord Almighty is With Us
    There is much in the world today that causes fear and uncertainty. There are natural disasters, there are multiple acts of sin and evil, and the devil seeks to destroy all that is good and right. In the midst of all this, God is our fortress and strength. The Lord Almighty is with us!
  • Oct 18, 2020What Are We Known For?
    Oct 18, 2020
    What Are We Known For?
    As the Lord speaks to us in His Word, He calls the righteous to live by faith and always gives reason why His people can do so through His continual presence, power, and providence. The Readings today urge us, in various ways, to live by faith in our confession and conviction. Moved by the Holy Spirit out of gratefulness for the salvation earned for us by Christ Jesus, we give God our willing obedience, dedicated service, and the glory due His name as we in confession and conviction live by faith in and through Him.
  • Sep 22, 2019How Shall We Live
    Sep 22, 2019
    How Shall We Live
    We find ourselves caught between competing loyalties all the time. It is a gut-wrenching position; torn between two people, two causes, two goals. When the conflict is between mammon (money) and the Kingdom of God, there is a more painful choice at stake. If we choose the kingdom of the moment with its fleeting pleasures and momentary glories, we forsake what is God's eternal gift. Today, the Lord calls us to take seriously the choices. He beckons us to live in the world but not be of the world, to choose the eternal over the moment, and the true treasure of grace over earthly treasure.