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Our incompleteness is filled by Jesus.

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Our incompleteness is filled by Jesus.

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Stay attached to Jesus for dear LIFE!

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Stay attached to Jesus for dear LIFE!

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There still is room in heaven!

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There still is room in heaven!

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This is God’s Word on the Antichrist.

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This is God’s Word on the Antichrist.

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Today is our time for preparation.

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Today is our time for preparation.

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We don’t have to prove ourselves to God.

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We don’t have to prove ourselves to God.

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For many years, O God of grace…

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It doesn't take long to get acquainted with Michael Buck, and decades aren’t long enough to cover the territory. Prof. Buck has fascinating stories to tell of his early years in Austin, Minnesota, followed by military service during the late ‘60s, graduate school at Minnesota State University, Mankato, and settling upon microbiology as his Read More

Immanuel Lutheran College Commencement

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Closing Concert and Graduation A seat in the back row was a good choice just to spare my hearing from overload, for the ILC Spring Concert on Friday evening (May 18) at Messiah Church was powerful! Time and again the choirs’ majestic “Alleluias” took crescendo flight to fortissimo heights. Wonderful! Awesome. Read More

Let there be…

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Is the pen mightier than the sword? Throughout world history the written word has proved to be powerful. In Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments, Yul Brynner as Pharaoh had an oft-repeated line—“So let it be written; so let it be done.” When Pharaoh’s words were written down, they became law. The spoken words of men have great Read More

Observing the Nation’s Independence Day Dual Citizenship

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Citizens on Earth Ever since Adam and Eve's fall into sin in the Garden of Eden, every human with the exception of Jesus has been conceived and born in sin. Original sin is our ascribed status—in other words, one in which we have no choice. As the Apostle Paul writes to the Romans, “Therefore, just as through one man sin entered the Read More