What do you do when God allows trials, temptations, and tests enter into your life? We can get angry and upset or we run around trying to solve every issue but in the end just burn out. Through the life of Abraham and when he was called to sacrifice his son, God teaches Abraham and […]
Abiding Word Lutheran Church
The world is dark. It is filled with the darkness of sin and death. The Light of the World, Jesus, came into this world to drive away darkness and fill it with the light of life. Listen to this sermon based on 2 Corinthians 4.
This world is full of believers and unbelievers: the wheat and the weeds. Who can say which is which as the two grow together? God can. He knows the hearts and the minds of all people, and he continues to call the lost. But There is a day coming when the two shall be separated.
Our story is all about grace. God, by his unending love, has forgiven us our sins. It might seem like the same story that Paul, Timothy, Matthew, Moses, or any other believer has experienced, but it is my story. And it is your story. It’s all about Jesus loving you so much that he has
As Christians we have the joy of seeing all of God’s promises fulfilled. In Christ we see the fulfillment of all of the prophecies and all the hopes of the world come together. Our proof is the prophecy fulfilled!
Jesus demonstrates his amazing grace as he teaches and shows his power over the devil. He continues to give you this same amazing grace through his Word and Sacraments.
What do you look forward to in the new year? 2020 was tough. We know much won’t change. But we have the gospel and that always gives us certain hope for the future.
What are the important things in your life? How often do you put God’s Word first? It can feel like something can go to the back burner. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 10 where Jesus reminds a woman who wanted to serve him that the best way to serve is to listen to
King David committed adultery with Bathsheba. He murdered her husband and tried to cover his sins up. God sent a prophet to confront David’s sin. Through this account God teaches us what it means to live in repentance: Confessing sin, trusting forgiveness. Listen to this sermon based on 2 Samuel 11:26-12:10, 13-15.