Weekly Bulletins

October 2020

November 1, 2020 - Reformation Sunday

Worship in Focus * * *   The Season of End Time: The last four Sundays of the Church Year are designated as the season of End Time, a season unique to Christian Worship: A Lutheran Hymnal. The focus of the season is fulfillment of Christ's promises and encouragement for the Church of the End Times. We live in the last age of this earth, and in this season, Jesus wants us to remember his promise, "Behold, I am coming soon!" This season prepares the Church for...

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October 25, 2020 ~ Pentecost 21

Worship in Focus * * * TODAY'S WORSHIP FOCUS: Our God...prepares blessings for us. Unearned and not asked for, but our God prepares a banquet for us. Aged wine and the best of meats and no more death will be there (The First Lesson today). He leads us through the darkest valley and prepares a table of blessings for us (The Psalm today). His Son is our greatest blessing, who allows us to be content always (The Second Lesson today). And he invites us to this...

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October 11, 2020 ~ Mission Festival

Worship in Focus   TODAY'S WORSHIP FOCUS: The Message of the Cross... is foolishness to some, but the power of God to us being saved. Jesus once "saw the crowds" and "had compassion on them" (Matthew 9:36). A missionary has similar compassion, which leads to the sharing of the message of the cross of Christ. Some will sneer because they consider that message foolishness. Others, who believe that message by God's power, will want to hear more...

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October 4, 2020 ~ Pentecost 18

Worship in Focus   TODAY'S WORSHIP FOCUS: "Our God..." ... is incomprehensibly gracious. Jesus described the kingdom of heaven like a landowner who hired men to work in his vineyard. Jesus used that illustration to show that God is incomprehensibly gracious. Have you ever asked, “Is God fair?” He is not in the sense that he doesn’t give us hell that we deserve. Rather, he gives us what we don’t deserve, which is his grace!...

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...yet knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law but through faith in Jesus Christ... ~ Galatians 2:16