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A Little Word for a Big Comfort

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Psalm 25 says, "Remember not the sins of my youth or my transgressions; according to Your steadfast love remember me, for the sake of Your goodness, O Lord!" (Psalm 25:7). This is a simple verse that means a lot. We pray that the Lord would not remember or bring to mind our sins, but would ...

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Tags: forgiveness, psalm, remember

Kyrie Eleison

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Today on Liturgy Friday we are meditating on the Kyrie, the next step in the Liturgy. So far, in the Liturgy, we have gone through the Invocation, Confession and Absolution, the Introit, and now arrive at the Kyrie. This is the point in the Liturgy when the Celebrant reaches the altar, and now, ...

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Tags: jesus, st. paul, kyrie eleison, st. titus

The Sower's Love

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The reading from the Treasury this morning for the New Testament is the parable of the sower. Jesus says, "And when a great crowd was gathering and people from town after town came to him, he said in a parable, 5 “A sower went out to sow his seed. And as he sowed, some fell along the ...

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Tags: gospel, luther, sower

Baptismal Life

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Article 6 of the Augsburg Confession asserts, "our churches also teach that this faith is bound to bring forth good fruits and that it is necessary to do the good works commanded by God. We must do so because it is God's will and not because we rely on such works to merit justification before God, ...

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Tags: augsburg confession, sanctification, new obedience, baptismal life

Doubting John The Baptist?

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The reading from the Treasury of Daily Prayer this morning was from Luke 7:18-35, the account of John the Baptist's disciples asking Jesus if He is the Messiah. There is debate concerning the nature of the question, meaning, were the disciples asking for themselves, or were they asking because ...

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Tags: john the baptist, lamb of god, smalcald articles

Death ain't no thing

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The Gospel according to St. Luke records Jesus raising the widow's son saying, "11 Soon afterward he went to a town called Nain, and his disciples and a great crowd went with him. 12 As he drew near to the gate of the town, behold, a man who had died was being carried out, the only son ...

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Tags: death, jesus, luke, luther, gerhardt

Little Christs

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In his work, Freedom of a Christian, Luther writes, "Although I am an unworthy and condemned man, my God has given me in Christ all the riches of righteousness and salvation without any merit on my part, out of pure, free mercy, so that from now on I need nothing except faith which believes that ...

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Tags: christ, faith, luther, neighbor

Entering the Holy Place

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

For our Liturgical study today we are meditating on the Introit, or the entrance Psalm. This is a proper of the liturgy, or a part of the liturgy that changes either each Sunday or every Church season. The invocation and Sanctus are things that don't change, whereas the Introit, gradual, and ...

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Tags: psalms, sanctuary, introit

Jesus got you covered

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the Gospel according to St. Luke we have a glorious account that teaches us about the forgiveness of sins. It is the account of the Paralytic when, after Jesus sees him being lowered into the house says, "Man, your sins are forgiven you." The Pharisees and the teachers of the law hate this and ...

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Tags: forgiveness, jesus, pastor, formula of concord

Sanctification Wednesday

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"How does this sanctifying take place?" Luther asks in the Large Catechism. Luther answers, "Just as the Son obtains dominion by purchasing us through His birth, death, and resurrection, etc., so that Holy Spirit effects our sanctification through the following: the communion of saints or ...

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Tags: holy, jesus, luther, paul, sanctification

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