The Feeding of the 5000, James Tissot (1836-1902)

Lutheran Essentials is currently meeting remotely due to the COVID pandemic.  You can join us via our livestream, we will start at 7pm.  We are studying Martin Luther’s Large Catechism.   As part of the class we are handing out copies of the Book of Concord (which contains the Catechism) and the Lutheran Service Book for free.

We will open our study with Psalm 145, recite the Third Petition of the Lord’s Prayer from the Small Catechism, and sing verse 4 of the hymn “Our Father Who From Heaven Above” (LSB 766).  We will look at the Third Petition of the Lord’s Prayer in the Large Catechism.  We will talk about the will of God and how it is knowable in Scripture.  We will discuss how the will of God, which is to save humanity, is exercised in the world in spite of the will of the devil to destroy us.  We will close with the hymn “What God Ordains is Always Good” (LSB 760).

We will continue our study with Psalm 104, recite the Fourth Petition of the Lord’s Prayer from the Small Catechism, and sing verse 5 of the hymn “Our Father Who From Heaven Above” (LSB 766).  We will look at the Fourth Petition of the Lord’s Prayer in the Large Catechism.  We will discuss about what is meant by daily bread, namely everything that we have in this life.  That the Lord grants all First Article gifts, as well as the gifts of the Church.  We will close with the hymn “Now Thank We All Our God” (LSB 895).

As always new people are always welcome to this study at any point during the class.  Please talk to the Pastor, Elders or Paul Edmon if you have any questions.

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