Tag Archives: Small Catechism

Lutheran Heritage Foundation

I’d like to highlight another resource today: the Lutheran Heritage Foundation. Have you heard about them? They do tremendous things for ministry work around the world and have been a big influence on my life.

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Thanks, Praise, Serve, and Obey

Today for your reading pleasure, I will review and commend to you Thank, Praise, Serve, And Obey: Recover the Joys of Piety by Lutheran pastor Will Weedon. 🙂

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Beauty and Catechesis

Do you incorporate Luther’s Small Catechism into your daily devotional time? It’s a great thing to do and there are so many ways to do it! Or maybe you maintain a shelf of devotional books to rotate through over the years. Even then, here’s another resource, newly released, you can add to your household: Beauty and Catechesis.

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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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Daily Bread

My other thought Sunday was about daily bread. Maybe I haven’t mentioned this here yet, but I’m kind of into it. Eating and drinking, yes, cooking and preparing, yes, but also the concept and importance of it as a gift from God. And, it’s daily! That’s significant, yet too often overlooked or underappreciated. Anyway, you know how the Israelites could have no leftovers from the Passover? It’s a demonstration of a day’s bread, built on the promise that God must Himself provide for the future meals!!

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