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Times of refreshing came to someone.

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Times of refreshing came to someone.

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We are living in the millennium of grace.

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We are living in the millennium of grace.

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We get help from senior Christians, too.

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We get help from senior Christians, too.

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We get sound doctrine from Scripture.

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We get sound doctrine from Scripture.

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We will never be the same again, either.

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We will never be the same again, either.

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What was Stephen’s view of the patriarchs?

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What was Stephen’s view of the patriarchs?

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Announcement

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Nominations for President of Immanuel Lutheran College The Board of Regents announces the following nominations for the office of President of Immanuel Lutheran College: Pastor Wayne Eichstadt; Professor Joseph Lau; Professor John Pfeiffer; Professor Jeffrey Schierenbeck; Professor Steven Sippert; Professor Paul Sullivan. The term of the call Read More

Apologetics

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Apologetics — Should We Even Be Doing This? “The Bible needs no defense.” "God’s Word will take care of itself. So who are we to think that our puny efforts and inadequate reasoning could help defend God’s almighty Word?" On the other hand, since God also promises to give us our daily bread, should I therefore say, "Since what God Read More
As we read in the Gospel of Luke chapter 1, when the eighth day came for Zacharias and Elizabeth’s new baby boy to be circumcised, it was assumed that he would be given his father’s name,  according to the custom of the times.Such was not the case here—not even close! When Zacharias had been struck speechless for his unbelief regarding his Read More

God’s Sacred Institution

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It happened one hundred years ago on April 15, 1912. The newly commissioned steamer, the RMS Titanic, struck an iceberg and foundered in the north Atlantic Ocean. Among the passengers was an elderly couple, Isidor and Ida Straus, who had been married forty-one years. As the doomed ship sank slowly but surely into the sea, Isidor and Ida were Read More