The First Sunday in Lent establishes the pattern for the Church’s great penitential season. For those who keep the Lenten fast, we remember that the Lord’s Day is not a fast day, but a feast. The Old Testament Reading to the Epistle and Gospel: After hearing of Adam’s sin and promise of a Savior in... Continue Reading →
Third Sunday in Advent Matthew 11:2-15 My prayer is that the hearers of this message would trust that Jesus is the promised Christ and Savior and so, even in trials, confidently wait for Him to bring all things to completion on the Last Day.
"God Is Going to Rescue and Redeem All His Faithful, Holy People." Second to the Last Sunday of the Church Year Luke 21:5-28
At the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, hostilities between Germany and the Allies ceased, bringing to a conclusion the fighting of World War I, the bloodiest and most destructive war the world had yet known. Although the formal treaty wasn’t signed for another seven months at Versailles, France,... Continue Reading →
The resurrection is the cornerstone of the Christian faith, giving the believer POWER, AIM, and PURPOSE in life.
Life in this world is often a “valley of tears,” but the day is coming when God will wipe away our tears -- forever. All Saints Sunday Text: Revelation 7:2-17 3 November 2019 Christ Lutheran Church, Chippewa Falls, WI