We teach that God has created heaven and earth, and that in the manner and in the space of time recorded in the Holy Scriptures, especially Gen. 1 and 2, namely, by His almighty creative word, and in six days. We reject every doctrine which denies or limits the work of creation as taught in […]
“I am a doctor and a preacher, yes, as learned and experienced as all the people…Yet I am as a child who is being taught the Catechism. Every morning, and whenever I have time, I read and say, word for word, the 10 Commandments, the Creed, the Lords Prayer, the Psalms, and such. I must […]
WE ARE BEGGARS: THIS IS TRUE. It is a confession of humility before God –- that all we have and all we are is a gift from His good, gracious, and generous hands. It echoes what Jesus said: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 5:3 WE ARE […]
Do you ever watch those TV courtroom drama shows? Some of you might remember Perry Mason or Matlock. Since then there are many others: LA Law, Boston Legal, and of course, all the Law and Order spin-offs! One internet list had over 50 TV shows! It seems that we are interested in and familiar with […]
There is an urgency to the Christian faith and life. We live in the End Times – the Last Days. Time is limited; opportunity is brief. We only have a fixed number of days left to live. St. Paul emphasizes this urgency in the book of Romans.
One of the most fundamental truths in theology and holy Scripture is this: Sanctification follows Justification. Sanctification is your holy life; and it ALWAYS comes after justification, after God declares you “not guilty!” of your sins through faith in Christ. Another way of saying it is this: FIRST GOD FORGIVES YOU; THEN YOU DO GOOD […]
If God is for you, who can be against you? In the Book of Romans, St. Paul teaches us that we can live without fear, without worry and without stress because of two key truths. He highlights two ways that God is “for us” and not against us.
As believers in Christ, our stance towards suffering is to “patiently endure”. Patient endurance does not mean that you close your eyes and hold your breath and hope it goes away. Biblically, “patiently endurance” is the posture of faith in the midst of suffering. Patient endurance is holding on to God and His promises through […]
Martin Luther once said this: The believing man has the Holy Spirit; and where the Holy Spirit dwells, He will not let a man to be idle, but stirs him up to all kinds of godliness and good works, and of true religion, to the love of God, to the patient suffering of afflictions, to […]
peace, access, and hope is how we live our lives as believers. peace, access, and hope give you a stability in your life. peace, access, and hope summarize the entire Christian faith and life!