While good works have no necessity for the inner person, they are necessary on account of the outer person (the old creature inherited from Adam).
Jesus was anointed so many times, it is no wonder that He was called “the Christ,” which in Greek means “anointed.”
Rev. Dr. Walter Maier, III, professor of Exegetical Theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 1 Kings 1:1-27.
Follow along as we go through the Bible from Genesis through Revelation. This week Gary and Pastor Matt Clark discuss 2 Kings 6-15 with a focus on chapter 6.
Deception, idolatry, lies, and immorality summarizes the success of the kings in the books of Kings, but these books were written for a greater purpose: to show a patient and merciful God.
In honor of the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther’s defiant confession of faith at the Diet of Worms, Sarah, Erin, Bri, and Rachel are each cooking up a tasty recipe inspired by a single key ingredient: worms.
Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel on Open Mic Friday.
Andy and Sarah talk with Rev. Brian Heller, Chaplain at Lutheran Senior Services in Laclede Groves, Missouri, and author of “Memory Matters” in the April 2021 issue of the Lutheran Witness.