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Readings for 9/20-9/26/21

This week Jesus tells us a parable about humility. Jesus knows that our natural inclinations are to exalt ourselves, and He does not teach humility only with words, but by His own example. If even Christ, the only Son of God, the Word by whom all things were made, waits for the Father to exalt Him rather than exalting Himself, [...]

Divine Service: Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity 9/19/21

Pastor James Hopkins will preach this sermon on the sixteenth Sunday after Trinity 9/19/2021. The service will be broadcast live on Facebook at 11:00am, and will be available as a recording on the FLC Facebook live page and on the FLC youtube channel after the service has ended. To follow along from home, the bulletin is available as a PDF: […]

Readings for 9/13-9/19/21

The Old Testament reading for this week picks up right where last week's reading left off, with Elijah staying with the widow of Zarephath and her son. Now, after God's miraculous provision of oil and flour to keep them alive, the widow's son dies, and her heart is filled with sorrow and bitterness. In the gospel reading, a widow from [...]

Divine Service: Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity 9/12/21

Pastor James Hopkins preached this sermon on the fifteenth Sunday after Trinity 9/12/2021. The service was broadcast live on Facebook at 11:00am, and is now available on the FLC youtube channel. To follow along from home, the bulletin is available as a PDF: Trinity15 Bulletin The texts for the sermon were the day's gospel and Old Testament lessons. To read [...]

Bible Study: Psalms, Canticles, and Hymns

St. Paul urges the church to sing “psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart” (Ephesians 5:19).  The song of the church has been throughout all ages, tongues, and peoples.  From the psalms of ancient Israel, to the canticles of New Testament saints, to the hymns of the church, music is an […]

Readings for 9/6-9/12/21

Do not worry. Do not grow weary. The Lord will provide. God in His Word asks us over and over to trust Him, but if we are honest with ourselves, we’re not terribly good at it. Most of us are pretty good at worrying. Jesus asks us, Which of you by being anxious can add a single hour to his span [...]

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