When members of my family served as missionaries in the Philippines, we lived in an area where the streets were filled with holes. Walking at night wi
Don Jacobsen shares Gina Graham’s story “But now I see” which reminds us to pursue our God-given dreams today!
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Psalm 134 has only three verses, but it is proof that little things can mean a lot. The first two verses are an admonition to the priests who serve in God’s house night after night. The building was dark and empty; nothing of consequence was occurring—or so it seemed. Yet these ministers were encouraged to “lift up [their] hands to…
We see things from the perspective of self, as sin-broken creatures. Jesus points out here that these seemingly bad things are only important for one reason: they make us stop and look up for a second and ask why? Jesus then says something that to us seems irrelevant to the topic but is the most important thing to God: “Repent!” This is a reminder that a right relationship with God is most important. The only truly bad thing that happens to people is not being in a right relationship with God. Thank God for Jesus, who through the cross makes all who believe right with God!
“You Aren’t Perfect” #82-43
Presented on The Lutheran Hour on June 28, 2015
By Rev. Ken Klaus, Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour
(Q&A Topic:ISIS and Exodus)
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