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“BREAD OF LIFE” READINGS September 2016

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Date / Verse / Reading Comments TLH = The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941; WS = Worship Supplement 2000; = Biblical Events Noted Sept 1 TLH 25 Nahum 1:2-9 The Lord is caring and good, but He is also just. His mercy and justice are not incompatible. Trust in Him and live. Sept 2 TLH 455 2 Kings 24:10-17 “As the Lord had Read More

Alive to Righteousness

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Post Date: September, 2016
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“For the love of Christ compels us, because we judge thus: that if One died for all, then all died; and He died for all, that those who live should live no longer for themselves, but for Him who died for them and rose again” (2 Corinthians 5:14-15). We live in a world where we are encouraged to live for ourselves. We are supposed to Read More

Hymn 400 “Take My Life and Let It Be”

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Post Date: September, 2016
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What is the greatest degree of commitment you could express toward someone? To say “I would die for you” certainly conveys very great commitment, but it is not an expression of the highest commitment. That would have to be “I would live for you.” There are, after all, many things worth dying for: your family, your country, Read More

Is Tithing Commanded in Scripture?

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Post Date: September, 2016
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Yes, tithing is commanded in Scripture, but that is not the whole story. Tithing actually began before it was commanded. When Melchizedek blessed Abram, he responded by giving Melchizedek “a tithe of all” (Genesis 14:19-20). A “tithe” is, simply, a “tenth.” In the Old Testament, God commanded that a Read More

Martin Franzmann (1907-1976) Professor and Poet

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Post Date: September, 2016
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Martin Franzmann was born on January 29, 1907 in Lake City, Minnesota; a town situated on the bank of the Mississippi River between Wabasha and Red Wing. The son of Pastor William Franzmann and his wife Else, Martin Franzmann was brought up in the raucous atmosphere of a Lutheran parsonage filled with nine children (six sons and three daughters). Read More

Salem Lutheran Church Eagle Lake, Minnesota

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Post Date: September, 2016
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It’s been said by some that south-central Minnesota has some of the most fertile soil on the planet. With rich, deep dirt, few rocks, and a general abundance of rain, it’s a prime area for the production of major grains such as corn and soybeans. Many thousands of acres of those crops cover Blue Earth County, where Eagle Lake is situated. Much Read More

The CLC in Convention: “In the Footsteps of the Reformers”

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Post Date: September, 2016
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CLC_Conv_Graphic“Which will we follow? Where are we heading?”

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The Mission Helper Program

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Post Date: September, 2016
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The purpose of the CLC Mission Helper Program is quite simply to provide opportunities for members of the CLC to participate in our Savior’s Great Commission.
It was twenty years ago, at the 1996 CLC convention, that delegates and pastors gave their approval to the CLC Mission Helper Program. Since that time, by God’s Read More
“Thus the children of Israel dwelt among the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites. And they took their daughters to be their wives, and gave their daughters to their sons; and they served their gods. So the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the LORD. They forgot the LORD their God, Read More

Update on the Tanzania Church of the Lutheran Confession

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Post Date: September, 2016
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The beginning of the CLC in Tanzania was very similar to our own beginning here in the United States. Both were formed out of already existing Lutheran Churches that were forced to leave their fellowship because of false teaching. The TCLC is divided up into four districts, which are all in the northeastern part of the country. From the very Read More