Together in the Word

October 2018

Together in the Word - October 28 - November 3, 2018

On Reformation Sunday we give thanks to God for the salvation that comes by his grace alone. We thank him for the faith he gives us to trust his promise. We thank him for the pure Word, which gives and strengthens that faith. At the same time we understand that we can fall away from that grace in unbelief. We recognize that our faith will be challenged daily by Satan, our society and our sinful self. Therefore let us never stray from his life-giving Word. Here is this week's...

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Together in the Word - October 21-27, 2018

Faithfulness in preaching the Word of peace. Faithfulness in the midst of internal divisions and strifes. Faithfulness in the face of outward persecution. Faithfulness, not perfection, is all that the Lord asks of us; the rest is the work of his Spirit. So we faithfully contend for the truth in the face of opposition from within and around us, seeking God's strength and blessing, as we serve and follow him. Here is this week's "Together in the Word" for your personal and/or...

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Together in the Word - October 14-20, 2018

Before Jesus ascended into heaven, he made his mission for the Church clear. Be my witnesses. Tell everyone what I have done for you. Take the good news to the ends of the earth. The awesome message of our salvation through Jesus is our great heritage. It comforts us and encourages us in the face of our own sins and failures, as it moves us boldly and joyfully to carry out the mission entrust to us.  Here is this week's "Together in the Word" for your personal and/or...

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Together in the Word - October 7-13, 2018

“I’m a little envious,” we claim. It is far worse. Envy is wishing God were not so good to someone else, ignoring how good God is to us. And our greed? “Greed is idolatry,” God says (Colossians 3:5). Still, God in Christ provides for all our needs, including the greatest -- forgiveness of sin. He places in the repentant believer’s heart proper priorities. God even promises everlasting treasure in his holy presence, all by his grace. Here is this...

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