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The Eternal God for Transient People

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

St. Paul wrote to the Corinthians a second time saying, " So we do not lose heart. Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day. 17 For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond...

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Tags: jesus, forgiveness, eternal, lose heart, transient

A Faithful God for Faithless People

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

St. Paul wrote to St. Timothy saying, "if we are faithless, he remains faithful." (2nd Timothy 2:13). This is not a license to sin, meaning we don't just throw up our hands and say, "Well, I'm gonna be sinful so I might as well admit that I am sinful and not try to make a change." No, that...

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Tags: jesus, st. paul, faithless, faithful forgiveness

A never ending fountain to drown out the devil

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Have you ever done something, something terrible, something depraved, something so sinful that, when you're done, you say, "That's not me." You commit that same sin again, blow up for the thousandth time, and walk down a dark road you don't want to go down. Why do we do this? Well, Jesus spoke...

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Tags: forgiveness, fountain, jesus, jesús, mercy

A New Year Habit

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Today we begin a New Calendar Year. Today we begin anew. Today it's out with the old and in with the new. We have new goals. We have new dreams. We have new ways we desire to live. We have new resolutions, those things that we are determined to accomplish this year. We will drop 45 lbs by...

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Tags: baptism, jesus, jesús, new year, resolutions

Jesus knew

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Do you have doubts about your forgiveness? Do you ever wonder, "Man, if God knew what I am really thinking, feeling, and desiring, He would never forgive me?" Do you ever think, "If Jesus knew how bad I was going to be, He would have never died on the cross for me?" Well, most of us don't have...

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Tags: despair, forgiveness, jesus, jesús, peter

Reformation Happiness

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Today is the 501st anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. In the Treasury this morning, we are blessed by one of Luther's writings, taken from his sermons on the Gospel according to St. John, in which Luther preached saying, "Furthermore, what is a beggar's filth or stench compared with the...

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Tags: forgiveness, happiness, jesus, jesús, joy, luther, reformation

Sola FIde

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

St. Paul, inspired by the Holy Spirit, wrote to the church in Rome writing, "For we hold that one is justified by faith apart from works of the law." (Romans 3:28).  To understand how we are justified, or declared righteous before our Heavenly Father, is necessary for everything. If we...

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Tags: faith, jesus, jesús, justification

Christ Builds

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The meditation for the Treasury today is by Dietrich Bonhoeffer. In it he writes, "It is not we who build. Christ builds the church. No man builds the church but Christ alone. Whoever is minded to build the church is surely well on the way to destroying it; for he will build a temple to idols...

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Tags: bonhoeffer, church, jesus, jesús

Does God hate Me?

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Yesterday in bible study, a question was asked, "How do we help someone who says, 'God hates me because life isn't going well for me. Everything that could go right is going wrong..'" How do we comfort someone who believes in their conscience that God hates them? How do we comfort ourselves when...

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Tags: god, hate, jesus, jesús, love

Peter Syndrome

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the Treasury today, we read of the account of Jesus walking on water and St. Peter's humiliation. The text goes that Jesus sent the Apostles ahead of Him on a boat and Jesus catches up to them later, during the 4th watch of the night. Jesus didn't take another boat out to meet them, but...

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Tags: doubt, i am, jesus, jesús, peter

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