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Apr 11, 2021

Teach us, then, by humble means, whether rich or poor,
In times of hunger help us lean upon the gracious stores, Christ our gracious store.
—Nathan George

In today’s sermon text, we find Paul encouraging us towards contentment: “…let each person lead the life that the Lord has assigned to him, and to which God...


Apr 4, 2021

The very first promise of redemption comes immediately after the Fall of Adam and Even in the Garden. There, God declares that the “seed of the woman” would “bruise the head of the serpent” (Genesis 3:16). In the earliest churches, this great promise was artistically represented by mosaics of dragons on...


Mar 28, 2021

The palm tree and palm leaves appear again and again throughout the Bible as symbols of integrity, honor,
righteousness, holiness, godly authority, and royal glory. The palm was used in the carved decorations of the temple,
usually associated with the Cherubim, but also with the regal lion and the flower in full bloom....


Mar 22, 2021

I hope that over the past five weeks you have enjoyed learning and singing Do You Decree, O Earthly Gods (Psalm 58).
This is certainly one of the more unusual texts in the psalter, in which David details the corruption of earthly rulers
who “go astray from birth, speaking lies” (vs. 3), have venom like serpents (vs....


Mar 14, 2021

During our Wednesday night Lententide devotions, we have been walking through passages from the Gospel of John, highlighting not just the details of Jesus’ passion and death (“what” and “how), but why He had to die. Likewise, in this morning’s text from 1 Corinthians it could be easy to focus on the...