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Death Becomes Him

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The Treasury today quotes Luther's sermons on the Gospel according to St. John saying, "This ministry (that is, the Word of God, Baptism, and Holy Communion) will endure and is not to be replaced by any other. But the incumbents of this ministry do not remain; they die." (treasury 197). Isn't...

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Tags: death, jesus, luther, ministry, pastors

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

Jesus the Equalizer

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the Treasury this morning, C.F.W. Walther's meditation on the Lord's Supper gives the example of diverse people coming the table saying, "Although one may appear in a rough apron while another in velvet and satin, adorned with gold and pearls, when they depart, all take with them that for...

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Tags: forgiveness, jesus, lord's supper

Where's your Garment?

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Today is Holy Tuesday, a blessed day in Holy Week as we continue our walk to the cross and eventually the Resurrected Body of our Lord, Jesus the Christ. A good reading for today is Matthew 22 which reads,  And again Jesus spoke to them in parables, saying, 2 “The...

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Tags: baptism, holy week, jesus

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

God's Word, in your pastor's mouth, to comfort you

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the Treasury this morning, the Old Testament lesson is from Exodus 4, the account of God sending Moses to Egypt to lead the Israelites out of captivity. Moses doubted his ability to be this voice for God, and to comfort him, God said, "You shall speak to him (Aaron) and put the words in his...

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Tags: bondage, jesus, moses, pastor forgiveness

Grace covered failures

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

If you aren't reading the Treasury of Daily Prayer, you should start as soon as possible. It is a fantastic treasure that benefits you everyday. You have a Psalm, and Old Testament, a New Testament, and a writing from a church Father or from the Confessions. Today, the writing is from the 5th...

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Tags: bach, failure, jesus, mercy

To Be, or Not to Be

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"To be, or not to be: that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to  take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them?"  These words, from William Shakespeare's Hamlet, are...

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Tags: hamlet, jesus, luther, shakespeare, sin

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

Your Rep.

Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

A reputation once destroyed is destroyed forever. Jimmy Swaggart was one of the leading evangelists in America until he was found with a prostitute. Barry Bonds, Mark Mcquire, and other baseball players who held multiple records were seen as superhuman, until they were found to be illegally...

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Tags: 8th commandment, jesus, reputation, best construction

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