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Weeds, Wheat and God's Field

This sermon was preached at Bethany Lutheran Church on July 23rd, 2017. You can watch at http://www.bethanylive.org. I personally think that the 10:00 a.m. went better! 1,848 more words



In recent comments with a wordpress blogger, amongst all the to and fro, he made the definitive statement that the case for the person in R7 as being one under law, was unproven. 1,704 more words


The most said argument regarding divorce is - "We are no longer under the Law!"

We have a two fold question here: One, why should be subject ourselves to that which we died too? And two, we do not practice “bride price” so the woman should have all the divorce rights as the man? 167 more words

Bound Of Law

The Law of the Spirit of Life Has Set Me Free (Romans 7)

Many Christians are exceedingly slow in learning that a Christian’s life is not to live by will power. To be willing for spiritual things is one thing, but to live with will power to achieve spiritually is something else. 477 more words


Note:  This is a brief commentary on Paul’s comparisons of a woman whose husband has died, her subsequent right to marry again and that of the church’s right to be married to another after her husband, the Law is deceased. 660 more words



sermon on Matthew 11:16-19,25-30; Romans 7:15-25a
I want to start with Show-and-Tell.

The strips of fabric I wear are called stoles. During my ordination service at my home church, Trinity Lutheran in Eau Claire, one was first placed on me by George Carlson, my bishop at the time, and by Annie Engebretsen, who was chair of my first call committee. 1,825 more words

Blink And You'll Miss It.

This is the message I prepared for the fifth Sunday after Pentecost, Sunday 9th July 2017, for the people of Lakes Entrance Uniting Church

Genesis 24:40; Song 2:8-13; Romans 7:15-25a; Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30… 1,687 more words