Let us rejoice that, “Under His wings—and only there—will we always “find refuge” (Ps. 91:4).
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When it comes to morality, all humanity is under the single standard of God’s Law. Because of the weight of the Law, our desire is to dismiss it. It can’t be done. The Law is not ours to dismiss. The only deliverance from the Law available is the one God has provided for us: Jesus.
The waiting of dying is a bit like the waiting for Christ to come again.
Even if we are right, it doesn’t give us the right to be jerks about it.
Though God has blessed us in many ways through Swaddling Clothes, like bringing car seats to new mothers in the hospital and meeting new friends in our community, the greatest blessing was watching as five children that we met through the program were claimed as God’s children through the waters of Holy Baptism on Christmas […]
Rather than solving the tension, Lutherans embrace it.
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