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“It’s OK to BE ANGRY but …”

Today we begin our new sermon series, “It’s OK to … but …” with the topic of ANGER.

Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun do down on your anger, and give no opportunity to the devil.

Ephesians 4:26-27 (ESV)

God gave us emotions, including anger, for a reason. But like all things, we need to use them within the bounds God has given us. Outside those bounds lie danger and sin. So, how can we be angry but not sin?

SCRIPTURES USED:

  • Mark 11:15-17
  • Ephesians 4:25-27
  • James 1:19-20

The Book of REVELATION – Session 2

Daniel Heitshusen gives some information (with some help from Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller, Pastor Jonathan Fisk, and Professor Louis Brighton) on the Outline & Sevenfold Visions of the book of Revelation.

REVELATION – Session 2

PODCAST USED: “Issues, Etc.” on March 2, 2010

CONCOIRDIA COMMENTARY: REVELATION

DOCUMENT USED IN THE VIDEO:

GOD’S PROMISES: Hope

Today we wrap up our sermon series: “GOD’S PROMISES” as they relate to HOPE!

“GOD’S PROMISES: Hope”

Challenges and heartaches will always be with us while we are in this world. God promised us as much. But He has overcome the world, so we can rejoice and have hope, no matter what! We need to remember that every day.

SCRIPTURES:

  • Psalm 130
  • Romans 5:1-5
  • Romans 15:13

The Book of REVELATION – Session 1

Daniel Heitshusen gives some background (with some help from Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller and Professor Louis Brighton) on the book of Revelation.

REVELATION – Session 1

PASTOR BRYAN WOLFMUELLER

CONCOIRDIA COMMENTARY: REVELATION

DOCUMENT USED IN THE VIDEO:

GOD’S PROMISES: Patience / Endurance

Today we discuss “GOD’S PROMISES” as they relate to patience and endurance.

“GOD’S PROMISES: Patience & Endurance”

Confinement; job loss; financial and physical strains: all affect us beyond what we would like to admit.

Enduring this for long periods is ‘challenging,’ to say the least.

Patience is part of the “Fruit of the Spirit,” but we can find it in short supply.

How do we endure in faith and patience in whatever circumstance we find ourselves?

SCRIPTURES:

  • Psalm 33:18-22
  • Ephesians 6:10-13
  • James 1:2-4
  • Isaiah 40:27-31

REMEMBER: Next week we’re back in person!!

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The Book of Susanna

The Apocryphal Book of Susanna

Connected to the book of Daniel for ages, this apocryphal book connects us to the same themes as Daniel and gives us an “introduction” to the person of Daniel.

GOD’S PROMISES: Healing

We continue our sermon series: “GOD’S PROMISES” as they relate to healing.

“GOD’S PROMISES: Healing”

Pandemics; plagues; contagions: they kill thousands; even millions. We need healing. Not only for the physical, but also for the mental, emotional, and spiritual effects from these and other ailments. Where does God fit into this? Where should He?

SCRIPTURES:

  • James 5:13-16
  • Matthew 11:1-6
  • Matthew 9:1-8

GOD’S PROMISES: Community

Today we continue our sermon series: “GOD’S PROMISES” as they relate to community.

“GOD’S PROMISES: Community”

Community is integral for the Christian and the life s/he is called to live. How do we fulfill our calling in that area when we cannot physically commune? What can and does community look like for the Christian within a pandemic with physical restrictions?

SCRIPTURES:

  • Psalm 40:3, 8-10
  • 1 Corinthians 12:12-14, 18-20, 24-27
  • Hebrews 10:19-25

GOD’S PROMISES: Authorities

Today we continue our series: “GOD’S PROMISES” as they relate to authorities.

“GOD’S PROMISES: Authorities”

How should Christians view and measure what earthly authorities say and dictate with that of God’s? When (and how) should we obey? When should we not? How do we evaluate between the two?

SCRIPTURES:

  • Romans 13:1-7
  • Acts 5:27-32
  • Matthew 28:16-20

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