Monthly Archives: October 2014

Oct 31 in Nevada: Halloween/Reformation/Nevada Day

Ah, October 31st. Such a unique day living in Nevada, especially its capital, Carson City. For most around the country today is recognized as Halloween. And that’s true in Nevada too. The governor’s mansion and many other homes and businesses … Continue reading

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Reformation: Freedom That Cannot Be Taken

Dear heirs of the Reformation, set free by Son of God, grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. It is the time of year again when we at Bethlehem have a convergence … Continue reading

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On Pastors’ Sermons and the Government

Recent outcry has been made about a recent subpoena for Houston pastors to turn in manuscripts of their recent sermons. While the intent is obvious toward some sort of bullying and threat, it should not be viewed in such a … Continue reading

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Invited, Clothed, and Fed

Matthew 22:1-14, Isaiah 25:6-9 Video, Proper 23A: 18th Sunday After Pentecost Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say rejoice. Dear invited guests of the Bridegroom, Jesus Christ: You don’t want to miss this grand celebration! It is the … Continue reading

Posted in Divine Service, Lord's Supper, Marriage, Parable, sermon