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Jesus thinks of you, even when you're not thinking of others

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The Scripture reading is John 2:1-12 On the third day there was a wedding at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. 2 Jesus also was invited to the wedding with his disciples. 3 When the wine ran out, the mother of Jesus said to him, “They...

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Tags: 5th commandment, cross, wellbeing

The Good Stuff

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the Treasury this morning, Luther's "Babylonian Captivity of the Church," is the chosen devotional writing which says, "2nd Timothy 2:13-If we are faithful, He remains faithful-for He cannot deny Himself. This truth of God, I say, will sustain him, so that if all else should fail, this truth...

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Tags: cross, faithfulness, jesus, promise

Why Death?

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the Treasury last week, there was a quote from the Formula of Concord Solid Declaration that asserts, "Christ is not man alone, but God and man in one undivided person. Therefore, He was hardly subject to the Law (because He is the Lord of the Law), just as He didn't have to suffer and die...

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Tags: cross, death, jesus, salvation

Jesus took the wheel

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the meditation for the "Treasury of Daily Prayer," this morning, Martin Luther comforts us with the work of Jesus saying, "Faith...is a firm trust that Christ, the Son of God, stands in our place and has taken all our sins upon His shoulders and that He is the eternal satisfaction for our sin...

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Tags: cross, faith, jesus, salvation, trust

Jesus Was Born here so we can be born there

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The Treasury of Daily Prayer devotional writing today says, "God assumed a human nature to effect man's participation in the Divine nature; God became a Child that we might become children of God. The birthday of Christ inaugurates our divine birth." Jesus became man, a temporal being, in order...

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Tags: cross, divine nature, jesus

The Word that Comforts

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

This morning in the Treasury of Daily Prayer, we were blessed with a writing from Walther that says, "Today, the cross is still a terror-but only to hell. It shines upon its ruins as a sign of victory over sin, death, and Satan. With a crushed head, the serpent of temptation lies at the foot of...

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Tags: church, cross, forgiveness, walther

The Tree and His Fruit

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

But I was like a gentle lamb led to the slaughter. I did not know it was against me they devised schemes, saying, “Let us destroy the tree with its fruit, let us cut him off from the land of the living, that his name be remembered no more" (Jeremiah 11:19).  This...

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Tags: cross, jesus, lamb, cheif priests

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