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If you're a Christian, you know that you have the same struggles as others, but you know a magnificent Savior and your life can be a deliberate testimony to why knowing Him is the greatest good news in all your life. In fact, you're retooled for just such a life.
Truth Suffers, Serves—to Save!
In a world of evil, truth has to suffer in order to serve and save. Hear Pastor Gregory Seltz's message, this week on The Lutheran Hour.
Desiring Greatness or God's Strength?
You can try to feel great all the time, but life isn't like that. Pastor Gregory Seltz says, when greatness eludes us, we have something better: God's strength.
God, Don't You Care?
Jesus doesn't care. Well, I am here to tell you that as surely as catastrophe is going to come, so also will a caring Christ to conquer that catastrophe.
Bridging the Gap
God could reconcile the world to Himself�and He did. That's not just talk, that's God in action for you and for all! And when God Himself acts on your behalf and mine, that's a reconciliation that we can count on, one in which we can believe.
From "Woe Is Me" to "Here I Am"
Jesus is God in action for you, transforming your "Woe is me" situation into the joyful "Here I am" place of victory by grace.
Remember, Don't Forget
Remembering fallen heroes and proclaiming a risen Savior. Pastor Ken Klaus, with a message for the Memorial Day weekend, this week on The Lutheran Hour.
Today, we are reminded of the outward direction of the Christian life. God continues to direct us outward to our neighbor in His love. We are called to be impartial in our willingness to share the Gospel of Jesus with others as we celebrate its acceptance in the lives of people from every tribe, language, or culture.
It's Time to Show Whose We Are
Fruit is meant to be picked. The fruit of our relationship with Jesus is meant to be given away. Bearing fruit for others, it's one of the ways that people see Whose we are, see Who we trust in above all things. Now is the time to show Whose we are, so that others might come to faith in Jesus Christ because they know us.
Not All Paths
"All roads lead to Rome." That's no longer true. "�All religions lead to God." That's never been true. Pastor Ken Klaus talks about paths that lead nowhere, this week on The Lutheran Hour.
Unresolved sin can drag a person down. Pastor Gregory Seltz tells how repentance brings refreshment and restoration, this week on The Lutheran Hour.
What Is Precious, Holds
This is a message proclaiming the utter joy of knowing that Jesus wishes to come to you through His gifts to bless you by the power of His Spirit. The real power of the Christian life is to know that faith's power is the strength of His grip of grace, His hold on your life.
Jesus' Resurrection: God's Public Guarantee for Lasting...
It's Easter! We�re talking about Jesus' resurrection and the fact that all those who trust in Him will have eternal, resurrected life, just as He promised. For whatever happens to this Jesus, it can happen to you, too. If He lives, you can live also.
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