Monthly Archives: April 2017

Strangers in the night

Easter 3 – St. Luke 24:13-35 Who are the two Emmaus disciples? Our text sort of identifies them as Cleopas and Simon; but that only begs the next question as to who are they? And why are they leaving Jerusalem?  … Continue reading

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Why we hate Call Day sermons

This week is the annual high feast day in the LCMS; it is the day the St. Louis and the Fort Wayne seminaries get lots of attention and lots of praise for presenting to the Church at large students that … Continue reading

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Worthy to suffer

Easter 2 – Acts 5:29-42

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The miracle of birth

Saturday morning, while scrolling through social media, we were surprised to see various people posting that April was giving birth. For those unaware, April is a giraffe living in New York, who has been due any day for over a … Continue reading

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Jesus is enough

The Resurrection of Our Lord – St. Matthew 28:1-10

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Holy Saturday devotion

Holy Saturday – 1 Peter 4:1-8

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The last curtain

Good Friday – St. Matthew 27:51 What was the Old Testament lesson on the First Sunday in Lent?  Adam and Eve falling into sin, and being cast out of the Garden of Eden, thus being separated from God, with whom … Continue reading

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