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Slowly catching up. 

I am slowly catching up with my devotions from this past weekend I appreciate your patience and understanding. 

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No Longer Slaves, But Free

The Bible doesn’t speak of Utopian dreams or dystopian fears; it delivers the reality of freedom from sin and death. #83-42 Presented on The Lutheran Hour on June 19, 2016 By Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz, Lutheran Hour Speaker Copyright 2016 Lutheran Hour Ministries Source: No Longer Slaves, But Free

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Time of Grace – Parenting Isn’t Easy: Parents Pass on the Faith

Parents are crucially important players in transmitting the gospel of Jesus to their children. If we teach God’s wisdom to our children, they will know of their forgiveness, they will learn self-control, they will know of the freedom from fear and anxiety, and they will look forward to a life in heaven. Source: Time of […]

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Pain Is a Part of Relationship – FaithGateway

God can make you a great dad, in spite of the pain from your dad and in spite of the mistakes you’ve made. It’s not about becoming a perfect father. A long devotional, but worth the time to read it. Source: Pain Is a Part of Relationship – FaithGateway

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Build Your Reputation

Mistakes and sins of the past never go away, and many come ’round to bite us later. Source: Build Your Reputation

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Sabbath: God’s Metronome – FaithGateway

Source: Sabbath: God’s Metronome – FaithGateway

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WELS | Where Were You? – June 18, 2016

Source: WELS | Where Were You? – June 18, 2016

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WELS | Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 18

Psalm 86-87 (NIV84) Source: WELS | Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 18

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Defeat or Victory?

Each year on June 18 the great Battle of Waterloo is recalled in what is now Belgium. On that day in 1815, Napoleon’s French army was defeated by a multinational force commanded by the Duke of Wellington. Since then, the phrase “to meet your Waterloo” has come to mean “to be defeated by someone who […]