If you hear a pastor preaching the Law in such a way that it makes you feel uncomfortable, and you think that you shouldn’t feel uncomfortable, then you are not listening rightly.  For example, Luther’s statement, from the Large Catechism, to which we unconditionally confess: “Nevertheless, it must be known that such people as deprive…

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I would like to share with you an article and video that encourages us to consider all of the effects of COVID, not just the direct deaths. To it, I would add the massive increase in mental health problems (93%) including suicides. The article linked below explicitly states that, “this is not an argument in…

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Do you ever consider why we Lutherans make such a big deal of the Sacrament of the Altar? Of course, we confess that Jesus’ Body and Blood provide forgiveness, life, and salvation. But since I am baptized, I already have the forgiveness of sins. I pray and read my Bible and even listen to sermons…

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When C.S. Lewis wrote his book, The Screwtape Letters, it was a shocking and disturbing read for the Christian community. Frankly, it still is, because it forces us to see things from the perspective of a demon and exposes just how thoroughly satan is committed to attacking our faith. Generally, we’d like to not think…

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