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Archives From - January,2011

January 23-29, 2011

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24 Luke 19:1-10 -TLH- 394 Is my home hallowed by Jesus within it? 25 John 2:1-11 -TLH- 624 Is Jesus an honored guest in my Read More

January 31 – February 5, 2011

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31 Matthew 8:1-13 - THL  415 Lord, if You are willing, You can heal me. 1 Matthew 8:14-17 - THL 415 Come toMe, all you who Read More

Laboring With Confidence

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The gospel with the message of salvation was at the heart and core of apostolic preaching. If the Church in its ministry — either through its called ministers or through the individual witness of each Christ-believer — is to remain true to its apostolic roots, the gospel of salvation by grace through faith in Christ Jesus must remain the Read More

Many Thanks…

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Post Date: January, 2011
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I apologize for an editorial oversight, failing to mention in the hard copy magazine that Brother Paul Koch, "retired" member of our staff, took it upon himself again this year to compile the Daily Readings. Well, they were first compiled for Messiah, Eau Claire, in 2007 (as the cover indicates), but beyond that, Paul readies the copy for Read More

Our Unchangeable God in an Ever-changing World

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Post Date: January, 2011
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With the passing of each year we observe changes in our lives and in the world about us. While some of the changes are good and beneficial, others are not. Were it not for the assurance of the abiding presence of our unchangeable Lord, our spirits would be greatly distressed and our hearts would melt out of fear and worry. The sure and certain Read More
Our confident hope for time and for eternity is inspired by Paul’s confident expression of faith in 2 Timothy. In this prison epistle Paul recognized that his ministry and his life were drawing to a close. He wrote to Timothy, “For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought a good fight, I have Read More

The Master Becomes a Servant

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Post Date: January, 2011
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Years ago, it was not uncommon for young women from well-to-do families to become school teachers. These were young women who enjoyed many advantages and probably didn't even need to get a job to support themselves. But they chose to get an education and to labor in a field that involved a lot of work for modest pay.  And no glory, for Read More