Monday, September 21, 2020

Sermon, September 20, 2020

'  The way out of this is not to convince ourselves that the world or God really is fair, and that somehow by some calculus people really do get what they deserve. Nor is it to think that everyone who has success has had success at the expense of others. The way out of this is to understand God not as fair, nor as unfair, but as generous. To see him as giving life and salvation not based on our calculation but on his goodness.'

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Order of Worship for Evening Prayer

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EVENING PRAYER for Wednesday after 15 Pentecost

Vespers

(Lutheran Book of Worship, page 142)

 

Order of Worship for Evening Prayer - Wednesday, September 16, 7 p.m.

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EVENING PRAYER for Wednesday after 15 Pentecost

Vespers

(Lutheran Book of Worship, page 142)

 

Sermon September 13, 2020

'Doesn’t our anger always feel good in the moment? Doesn’t it blot out any rational thought, any pause or patience for sober reflection? It always justifies itself. Our anger is always understandable and measured, while someone else’s anger is unreasonable and malevolent. My misdeeds are mistakes, not representative of who I truly am, due to human weakness, while the trespasses of others stem from their evil nature and horrible sin.'