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  • Nov 18, 2017 | 15:56 pm

    Tomorrow is the penultimate Sunday of the Church Year, and the assigned gospel is Matthew 25:14-30, the Parable of the Talents. You need to know that a "talent" in this context is not an ability or skill, but a unit of currency - equal to the standard wage of a day-laborer times 6000.Here's the intro for tomorrow's sermon....."Enter into the joy of your lord."So - here we are, for the second week in a row, hearing about judgment. And I'll warn you - we'll get more the same next week as well. And worse yet - all three of these episodes in Matthew 25 have the same point: come the Last Day - the faithful will be fine. But those who rejected faith and refused God's gifts in Christ will be lost........ what's going on this morning with the servants and all those talents? Well, once again we start with the kingdom - THE kingdom - GOD's kingdom and reign - which is nothing other than Jesus. "The kingdom," Jesus, "is like a man travelling to a far country who delivered his goods to his slaves."I think once the set-up of the parable is clear - everything else falls into place - because clearly Jesus is not telling the disciples, or us, that one's entrance into glory is based on how much profit you get for the kingdom. So - back to Jesus.The kingdom - Jesus - is like a man travelling to a far country. Now - we have t be careful not to over-analyse parables - but we can get this much: in this time of waiting for Jesus to visibly return in glory for all to see, it can certainly feel as if He's gone off to a far country.... and we know that He has given His goods to His Church - to us - so that we should be His body here and now and make use of His gifts.You see, with His death and resurrection, Jesus has give us all His goods.....Find out where this is going tomorrow at 8:00 or 10:45 in the morning, or catch it online at out website after Tuesday...God bless!

  • Nov 17, 2017 | 16:51 pm

    Why is family prayer important, particularly around the holidays? Listen in and find out!

  • Nov 17, 2017 | 08:45 am

    The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Do you pray this prayer every morning? It's an excellent way to start your day. Our Small Catechism also recommends saying the Apostle's Creed and Lord's Prayer along with it. And then go on about your day singing a hymn! #morningprayer #MartinLuther #JoyfullyLutheran


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