Rev. Lance O’Donnell from Saint Paul Lutheran Church in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, answers your questions.
Rev. Harrison Goodman studies Genesis 19:23-38 regarding how we like to fixate on sins, how sin is infectious, how fear is the unbelief of promise, why the world sees Sodom as a joke, and the lineage Christ chooses in order to save sinners.
Rev. Sean Kilgo studies Genesis 19:1-11 regarding the four sins that cry to heaven, the connection between the sins of Sodom and false teachers, how Lot tries to avoid sin by sinning, and how God preserves His people even amidst his judgment.
Rev. Peter Ill studies Genesis 18:16-33 regarding who God is and how He reveals Himself, God’s faithfulness to His promises, living righteously by faith, the seriousness of sin, how God welcomes us to pray, and God’s patience.
The Apology of the Augsburg Confession in the Book of Concord – With host Rev. Sean Smith and guests Rev. Peter Ill, Rev. David Wiist, and Rev. Merrit Demski.
Rev. Luke Zimmerman studies Genesis 4:1-16 regarding the names given to Adam and Eve’s children, how the effects of sinfulness begin to be seen in those children, the importance of our attitude towards God, and the character of God as is displayed in His treatment of the Cain.
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.
Rev. Chris Hull studies 2 Corinthians 5:14a regarding how even though we are conceived enslaved to sin, the love of Christ creates in us a new person.