Rev. Dr. Tom Baker gives today’s sermon based on Genesis 3:1-21.
Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel regarding Lectionary readings for both Ash Wednesday and the First Sunday in Lent.
Rev. Samuel Wirgau studies Genesis 3:20-24 regarding the importance of the name Eve, the significance of the clothing given to Adam and Eve, why Adam and Eve were forced from the Garden, and what might have happened to the Garden of Eden.
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller studies Genesis 3:15-21 regarding the first Gospel (protoevangelium), battle of the sexes, the glory of womanhood, and the strange hunger for the curse.
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/Chapel/Chapel_Mar_12_2019.mp3Download Audio File Rev. Craig Muehler gives today’s sermon based on Genesis 3:1–21. Tune in weekdays at 10:00 a.m. CT to hear daily chapel services from the LCMS International Center. Find service information including the lectionary, hymn, and homilist for…
Rev. Jeremiah Johnson studies Genesis 3:8-15 regarding hiding from the voice of God in our sin, how Adam and Eve’s finger pointing, and the curse of the serpent.
Rev. Dr. John Bombaro studies Genesis 3:1-7 regarding the “clothing” of righteousness, the talking snake, when the fall happened, and where Adam was in all of this.
Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel regarding the Gospel reading in Sunday’s Lectionary.