YouTube -- 1st Sunday in Lent (February 18, 2024)
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Sermon -- 1st Sunday in Lent (February 18, 2024)
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GENESIS 22:1-18 THE LORD PROVIDES THE SUBSTITUTE WE NEED. In the name + of Jesus.      In his epistle, St. James wrote, “Let no one say when he is tempted, ‘I am being tempted by God,’ for God cannot be tempted with evil, and he himself tempts no one” (James 1:13).  God does not promote evil.  God does not entice us into evil.  Although God may use the evil actions of people for his own purposes, God does not sponsor them; for evil is abhorrent to God.  And yet, our Old Testament reading seems to illustrate the exact opposite.  The Lord God command ..read more
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Better than "He Gets Us"
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Someone put this together.  This should have run on Super Bowl Sunday.  This should run now.  Well, it will run here ..read more
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Sermon -- Ash Wednesday (February 14, 2024)
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JOEL 2:12-19 REPENT WITH YOUR WHOLE BEING. In the name + of Jesus.      The prophet Joel wrote scathing words of judgment against the people of Israel.  He was not alone.  If you read through most of the Minor Prophets, you will see similar pronouncements of God’s wrath, warnings of coming judgment, and earnest calls to repentance.  Why was such harsh preaching aimed at God’s people?  Was Israel actually worse than the nations around them which practiced child sacrifice?  Were the people of the covenant more debauched than others whose worship invo ..read more
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YouTube -- Transfiguration (February 11, 2024)
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Sermon -- Transfiguration (February 11, 2024)
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MARK 9:2-9 TO KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT, LISTEN TO HIM. In the name + of Jesus.      St. Mark’s Gospel reading begins with the words, “After six days” (Mark 9:2).  This begs the question, “What happened a week earlier that St. Mark would note the timing?”  Looking back in the previous verses, we see that one week prior Peter had given the confession, “You are the Christ” (Mark 8:29).       That confession carried some great expectations about who the Christ would be and what he would do.  Up to this point in time, no one had claimed t ..read more
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Update from Good Shepherd (February 8, 2024)
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Greetings! REGULAR SCHEDULE            Sunday School -- Sundays at 9:00 AM.           Adult Bible Class -- Sundays at 9:00 AM.           Divine Service -- Sundays at 10:00 AM.           Ash Wednesday -- Wednesday, February 14 at 7:00 PM.  Supper at 6:00 PM.           Bible Matters resumes in April.           For a calendar of events and meetings, click here. INTRODUCTION VIDEO FOR GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHU ..read more
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YouTube -- 5th Sunday after Epiphany (February 4, 2024)
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Worship Notes: Imposition of Ashes
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 Remember that you are dust,  and to dust you will return.               These words paraphrase Genesis 3:19 where the Lord proclaimed a curse upon man when he had first sinned.  St. Paul repeated that thought in his letter to the Romans: “Sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all men, because all sinned” (Romans 5:12).             Ashes to ashes.  Dust to dust.  This is the harsh reality of sin.  Th ..read more
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Lenten Devotional Book -- Thy Kingdom Come
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Lent begins one week from today.  While you may be up against the clock, you probably still have time to order a Lenten devotional book which comes highly recommended.  "Thy Kingdom Come" is a book of daily devotions (mostly brief sermons, some full-length sermons) by Rev. David Petersen of Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church (LC-MS) of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Pastor Petersen faithfully and vividly preaches Christ crucified and life under the cross for God's people.  Your life will be enriched by making use of this volume.  In fact, you may find yourself making use of i ..read more
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