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“The fruit of the tree is on the paten and in the chalice. The angel of death passes over. He has no claim upon us. We belong to God. We bear His watery name. We eat at His table. We … Continue reading
“The Son of Man is glorified by being lifted up from the earth. If you would see Him, if you would behold Jesus, behold Him there. There, and there alone, you might gaze upon God’s glory and not be destroyed, … Continue reading
On the heels of our special promotion of free shipping for select greeting cards (which goes through the end of today!), we are now offering a week of free shipping for our latest book, Thy Kingdom Come by David H. Petersen. This … Continue reading
“Your ashes are smeared today. There is no beauty in them. The world cannot see anything in them but an ugly smudge of dirt and death. But for those with the eyes of faith, they are in the form of … Continue reading
We have recently added a link to the Scripture index from Thy Kingdom Come here, listing all of the readings for the sixty-seven sermons which span Pre-Lent, all forty days of Lent, the Sundays after Easter, and several Saints’ Days. Although these sermons … Continue reading
“God isn’t like you. He doesn’t think the way you think. His ways are not your ways. And He doesn’t owe you, or anyone, anything. For reasons all His own, however, He loves and welcomes you into His kingdom—not for free, but for … Continue reading
“This confession is not his own. Peter is not so good a theologian as that. No one is. The clever theologians come up with Elijah. That is where cleverness is. In confession, there is no art, no poetry, no cleverness. The best guesses … Continue reading
Thanks to Rev. John Frahm III for posting his review of Thy Kingdom Come by David H. Petersen: “I’ve received my copy of a new book of sermons by Rev. David Petersen of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana. … Continue reading
“God’s will is constant. Fallen men need a preaching of repentance, an exposure of our complicity and selfishness, a warning of impending death, and an invitation. You are not God. You do not make the rules. You have not behaved … Continue reading