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Using God's Name

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

The Second Commandment says, "You shall not misuse the Name of the Lord your God. What does this mean? We should fear and love God so that we do not curse, swear, use satanic arts, lie, or deceive by His Name, but call upon it in every trouble, pray, praise, and give thanks."  God cares about ...

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Tags: forgiveness, jesus, luther, pastor, 2nd comandment

Outward is greater than Inward

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In his treatise, Against the Heavenly Prophets, Luther asserted that it is essential to know that God comes to us both outwardly and inwardly. Outwardly God comes to us in the proclaimed Gospel and the blessed sacrament. Inwardly He comes to us through the Holy Spirit and faith. Both are given to ...

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Tags: external, inward, justification, luther, outward

A belly god

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

We are going to start a new series today based on the Catechism. Both the Small and the Large Catechisms of Dr. Martin Luther, of blessed and holy memory, are not to be read once and then tossed to the side, but rather should be [art of our daily diet when it comes to the Word of God and ...

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Tags: 1st commandment, absolution, catechism, jesus, luther

Joyful Absolution

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

One of the greatest things that brings me joy, and I pray it brings you joy as well, are the words of Holy Absolution. Luther speaks about this in the Small Catechism concerning the Office of the Keys saying, "What do you believe according to these words? I believe that when the called ministers ...

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Tags: absolution, catechism, jesus, joy, luther

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

A Holy Forgiveness

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Luther wrote in the Large Catechism saying, "Meanwhile, since holiness has begun and is growing daily, we await the time when our flesh will be put to death, will be buried with all its uncleanness, and will come fourth gloriously and will arise to complete and perfect holiness in a new, eternal ...

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Tags: forgiveness, holiness, luther, sanctification

God and Mammon

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Jesus says in Luke, "No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon" (Luke 16:13 NKJV). This is the constant struggle for we the baptized. What does it mean to serve ...

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Tags: catechism, jesus, luther, mammon

Covered In Jesus

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

There is a scene in the movie, The Predator, staring Arnold Schwarzenegger, in which Arnold is running away from the alien  predator. The alien does see like we do, but sees body heat and therefore it is almost impossible to hide from him. But in one scene Arnold covers himself completely in ...

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Tags: arnold schwarzenegger, forgiveness, law, luther, psalm

The Angel's Song We Sing

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

Today we meditate on the next step in the liturgy, The Gloria In Excelsis. This is an ancient song that paraphrases the song the angels sang at the birth of Jesus from Luke that says, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among those with whom he is pleased" (Luke 2:14).  The ...

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Tags: angels, liturgy, luther, gloria in excelsis

Lean on Jesus

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Posted by Pastor Christopher Hull on

In the Gospel according to St. Luke, Jesus tells the parable of the Good Samaritan. When we read this text, we come to the conclusion that Jesus is our Good Samaritan that does all things for us. In the text as well, we see an image of how we should live the baptismal life. We should show mercy to ...

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Tags: good samaritan, luther, mary and martha, fcsd

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