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Jesus Stood Up

Jesus stood up. That’s an amazing thing, conjuring a physical reality and strength we can all marvel at. Yet, so often we overlook the God-Man to see various who, what, and hows that make us more comfortable. That’s a shame and the book, Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up: 12 False Christsis an excellent antidote for all of our own fallen perceptions and tendencies.

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Greatest Sermon ever Sung

May this be the closest to click-bait my posts will ever be. 🙂 What, in your opinion, is the greatest sermon ever sung?

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Casting Stones

LCMS Deaconess Heidi Goehmann has released another women’s Bible study! Casting Stones: A Study of Ecclesiastes 3 (An I Love My Shepherd Study) is now available through Amazon in kindle and book format.

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The Fear of the Lord

I vividly remember the first time I read, “I should fear, love, and trust in the Lord” from Luther’s Small Catechism. My little heart started to pound. I had a moment of panic, wondered whether I’d mis-learned about God! “Fear?” What exact is the fear of the Lord? And, what’s the right way to fear the Lord?

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Barren Beginnings, Part 1

I’ve started to work on a short Bible study on barrenness, primarily looking at Old Testament figures although it has stretched a little past that. Since I’m new to writing Bible studies, I thought I’d post sections here in case anyone finds it interesting, helpful, or has comments or suggestions to make. This will be Barren Beginnings, Part 1.

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Something to Dwell On

I’m sharing an idea, though I don’t really expect anyone to take me up on this. What would you think about a short series of Bible studies revolving on Bible passages addressing the concept “dwell.” Would that be something to dwell on? I think it fleshes out surprisingly well.

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