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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The account of Naaman in 2nd Kings is a fun one. Naaman goes to Israel to be cleansed of his leprosy. He first goes to the king and the king thinks that the king of Syria is trying to start a war with him. Before Naaman can go back to Syria, he is told to go to the prophet Elisha. Naaman went to...

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Tags: baptism, forgiveness, gehazi, jesus, naaman, sins

Joyful Wednesday

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

For the last few Wednesdays we have looked at Sanctification. This is the end of posting about sanctification, just taking a different approach today and going forward one Wednesdays. For the foreseeable future, Wednesday will be known as Joyous Wednesday. The blog will be about something joyous...

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Tags: baptism, joy, luther, romans

What's up with the Invocation

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

On Fridays I'm going to start writing little summaries of the Liturgy. These are not meant to be in depth teachings on the liturgy, but rather little summaries that help us meditate a little more on what we are doing on Sunday mornings and throughout the week in our worship life together. Today...

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Tags: absolution, baptism, divine service, invocation

Comfort in Baptism

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Luther says, "When our sins and conscience oppress us, we strengthen ourselves and take comfort and say, "Nevertheless, I am baptized. And if I am baptized, it is promised to me that I shall be saved and have eternal life, both in soul and body" (Large Catechism IV.44). There are many moments...

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Tags: baptism, conscience, cross, means of grace, sin

Let the children come to Jesus

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Jesus says, "13 And they were bringing children to him that he might touch them, and the disciples rebuked them. 14 But when Jesus saw it, he was indignant and said to them, “Let the children come to me; do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God. 15 Truly, I...

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Tags: age, baptism, chidlren, jesus