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Year/Month: 1999/08

Announcements

Written by Delwyn Maas | August, 1999
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Minnesota Pastoral Conference Place: Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Detroit Lakes, Minn. Dates: Tuesday-Thursday, October 26-27, beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday Agenda: * Old Testament Exegesis, Obadiah -- Pastor Wayne Eichstadt * New Testament Exegesis, 2 Thessalonians 1:6ff -- Pastor Stephen Kurtzahn * A study of issues related to dying which could be assembled into… Read More »Month Archive Read More

SMORGASBORD

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | August, 1999
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* ‘THE END TIMES’ — With the impending turn of both the century and the millennium, we wanted to offer something on these pages touching on eschatology, or the “End Times.” Once again we see how the Lord provides. Retired Pastor Paul F. Nolting has, over his years of ministry, made this subject a special… Read More »Month Archive Read More

CLC EXPLORATORY SERVICES

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | August, 1999
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This is a list of “start-up” congregations who are being served by an off-site pastor. Some meet in homes, others in rented facilities. Also included are our two CLC exploratory missions in Gold Canyon, Ariz. and Grand Rapids/Cadillac, Mich. Visitors are warmly welcomed. Those who are considering a move or are just traveling through the… Read More »Month Archive Read More

Appreciating Our Lutheran Hymns

Written by Paul Krause | August, 1999
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Through the Day Thy Love Hath Spared Us An Evening Hymn #553 in The Lutheran Hymnal From the human perspective King David had every reason to suffer from insomnia. His beloved albeit traitorous son Absalom had deposed him from being king of Israel and was reigning in his stead in Jerusalem. David himself had been… Read More »Month Archive Read More

Eighth In A Series (from an essay by Pastor Thomas Schuetze)–

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | August, 1999
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Psalm 127 “LORD, bless my undertakings with success.” A Psalm of Instruction Psalm 127 Unless the LORD builds the house, they labor in vain who build it; unless the LORD guards the city, the watchman stays awake in vain. It is vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late, to eat the… Read More »Month Archive Read More

Biblical Perspectives On The End Times

Written by Paul F Nolting | August, 1999
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THE MILLENNIUM One Thousand Years This numerical expression occurs six times in the first seven verses of Revelation 20. It occurs in only two other places in the Bible: “For a thousand years in Your sight are like yesterday when it is past, and like a watch in the night” (Ps. 90:4), and “Beloved, do… Read More »Month Archive Read More

LESSONS FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT

Written by Joseph Lau | August, 1999
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“That We Might Have Hope” (Rom. 15:4) First Samuel Chapter Sixteen David Anointed King Things were not looking good for the Israelites. Saul, their first king, whose reign had begun with such promise, had disobeyed and turned against God. Saul, the earthly king they had pleaded with God to let them have, would not have… Read More »Month Archive Read More
PUDDLES OF TROUBLE Troubles, troubles, troubles. While walking down the sidewalk of life, we’re constantly stepping into puddles of trouble. Life can seem to be an on-going series of problems, and sorrows, and tragedies. Yes, even for the Christian, the troubles of life can at times appear to be overwhelming. After forty days and forty… Read More »Month Archive Read More

Christian Education — A Recurring Miracle

Written by James Albrecht | August, 1999
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Do you think that miracles still happen in our world today? According to one poll, the vast majority of Americans, 82% of them, answered: Yes. Though one doesn’t know what some consider “miraculous,” the 82% are, nevertheless, correct. Everyday, perhaps without ever realizing it, we are witnesses to amazing miracles of God’s power. Just the… Read More »Month Archive Read More

The More You Know!

Written by David Reim | August, 1999
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There has been a series of TV commercials running for several years entitled “The More You Know.” It tries to impress upon parents and young people the importance of education. It suggests that with enough education we can overcome all problems. The solution to the drug problem is education. The solution to teen pregnancy is… Read More »Month Archive Read More

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