Posts with the tag “death”
Reflections: September 19, 2021
by HT Content on September 19th, 2021
Our world will be filled with weeping on account of death until Jesus comes again.
Reflections: August 8, 2021
by HT Content on August 8th, 2021
God does not delight in the death of anyone.
Reflections: April 2, 2021
by HT Content on April 2nd, 2021
It’s all finished. The accounts have been settled.
Reflections: January 15, 2021
by HT Content on January 15th, 2021
As forgiven and redeemed people of God, we no longer live our lives in the darkness of sin and death.
Reflections: January 2, 2021
by HT Content on January 2nd, 2021
When Jesus trades in the wood of the manger for the wood of the Cross, He leaves our sin buried beneath His death.
Reflections: January 1, 2021
by HT Content on January 1st, 2021
The Eighth Day of Christmas points to a new creation.
Reflections: December 19, 2020
by HT Content on December 19th, 2020
In causing Jesus to perish, your sin has lost its power and authority to cause you to perish.
Reflections: November 26, 2020
by HT Content on November 26th, 2020
You've earned death because of your sin, but Jesus shed His blood for you to give you life.
Reflections: November 2, 2020
by HT Content on November 2nd, 2020
Adam and Eve were given the gift of God’s Word and were taught that it was their highest treasure.
Reflections: October 28, 2020
by HT Content on October 28th, 2020
We remember the apostles because of their call to be Christ's voice on earth.
Reflections: October 9, 2020
by HT Content on October 9th, 2020
Nothing can destroy our relationship with our Father in heaven.
Reflections: September 28, 2020
by HT Content on September 28th, 2020
Without Jesus' resurrection, our own death would indeed just be an empty and sad event.
Reflections: September 27, 2020
by HT Content on September 27th, 2020
Jesus is alive, and now death for you is nothing more than falling asleep and awakening to the glory of paradise and life everlasting.
Musica Sacra: Find Your Rest
by Katie Hill on September 9th, 2020
Christians might use the term, "the simul" as a cool phrase but it's vital to begin to acknowledge the depth of the term, so that we might understand how meaningful it truly is.
Reflections: August 29, 2020
by HT Content on August 29th, 2020
Jesus is all John the Baptist had to trust in and to preach.
Video Short: August 20, 2020
by HT Content on August 20th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Just say no to zombie Christianity! We as sinners sometimes keep ourselves or others in the prison of death. We don’t forgive their sins or we don’t apologize to our neighbor so they can forgive us. Forgive, have mercy, apologize and let others have mercy on you. Christ died for all, even a sinner like you. About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran C...
Dean's List: Your Suffering God
by Katie Hill on August 13th, 2020
But Jesus doesn't just deal with death from the outside, like a doctor who heals his patients, though Jesus is the Great Physician. No, Jesus gets His hands dirty.
Reflections: August 13, 2020
by HT Content on August 13th, 2020
We are not left to a dishonorable end, but are honored to be included in Jesus' death.
Reflections: August 12, 2020
by HT Content on August 12th, 2020
You now walk in new life because of your Baptism.
Live Bible Study: July 27, 2020
by HT Content on July 27th, 2020
Host: Harrison Goodman Join the live stream Monday-Saturday at 2pm (CDT) on Facebook (@Higher Things) Pastor Goodman serves the saints at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in San Antonio, Texas and is co-host of the Higher Things podcast "The Uncultured Saints." Recorded: Monday, July 27, 2020 Support the work of Higher Things, give today! Join the conversation on Social Media:http://facebook.com/high...
Video Short: July 10, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 10th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt The Patriarchs and the Saints weren’t the best people! Paul was a persecutor and a murderer. Abraham wasn’t the most faithful person either, he didn’t believe in God’s promise to give him a son. Even amidst their sins and failures, God rescued them in Christ’s death and resurrection. If Christ can save someone like Paul with His sacrifice, you were surely be saved as well. A...
Foundations: Dying and Rising from Above
by Sandra Madden on May 27th, 2020
When you are baptized—born “from above”—you are given the death and resurrection of Jesus as your own. That means the death He died for your sins you have died: at the font! And the life He lives, you now live, having risen to that new life through the waters of Baptism.
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