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Our Abundant Need… God’s Abundant Grace

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Our Convention theme is: “Thanks be to God who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. Be steadfast and immovable ... Always abounding in the Lord’s work.” So I decided to use the word “abounding” or “abundant” as a focal point for our devotions. In this first devotion we will consider the Scripture truth that we sinful Read More

Pastor Robert W. Mackensen October 18, 1920 – April 18, 2012

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On October 18, 1920, Robert Warren Mackensen was Read More

Remember the Ants and the Lizards

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In today's fast-paced life, there are choices to be made–especially in how a family makes use of its time. While the summer months were once a time to catch your breath and take a vacation, they're now a time for camps and sporting events. As summer turns to fall, the hectic back-to-school schedule resumes. Again, a family is faced with choices Read More

The Five C’s of Conversion

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Conservative talk show host Mark Levin has remarked that “there is simply no scientific or mathematical formula that defines conservatism.” The same, of course, is true for Christianity. Thus this writer asks your forbearance in suggesting the above devotional and spiritual formula for the Bible teachings about conversion, where five C's Read More

Thirtieth Convention of the Church of the Lutheran Confession

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Bible history includes accounts of some unusual military victories. The walls of Jericho fell at the sound of shouts and trumpet blasts. The Midianite army fled at the noise of trumpets blowing and pitchers breaking. God wanted His people to understand that their victories over their enemies were given to them, not won by them. Read More