Tag Archives: Church

We are beggars. That is true.

Luther´s last note dating back to the 16th February 1546 in Eisleben contextualizes his busy life as biblical theologian, faithful teacher of the church and ever diligent student of the Holy Scriptures. Here is the note as recorded in “Table … Continue reading

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Biblestudy before the 2nd Sunday in Lent: “Reminiscere”

Our Bible study is coming up and it´s all about the triune God´s passionate pursuit of His people: I will sing to my love — a song to my lover about his vineyard.My love had a vineyard on a fertile … Continue reading

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1.Sunday after Trinity: Old Love song…

The Psalm for this 1st Sunday after Trinity I will praise the Lord at all times;my mouth will continually praise him.I will boast in the Lord;let the oppressed hear and rejoice.Magnify the Lord with me.Let us praise his name together.I sought the Lord’s help and he … Continue reading

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Sing to the Lord a new song…

Sing to the Lord a new song, for he performs amazing deeds.His right hand and his mighty arm accomplish deliverance.The Lord demonstrates his power to deliver; in the sight of the nations he reveals his justice.He remains loyal and faithful to the family of … Continue reading

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“Jubilate”: 3rd Sunday after Easter

Candles are burning, the table is set and we´re ready for church. The restrictions have been lifted so much, that we can celebrate publicly again and with all our members. That´s a wonderful “donum superadditum” (“überschüssige Zugabe”) over and above … Continue reading

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Keeping in touch

Yes, Corona is affecting us too. The Old Latin School is practically shut down and I´m sitting in my office being paid for by the German state: “Kurzarbeit”. That´s a benefit of a socialist government, that even a church enterprise … Continue reading

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8th Sunday after Trinity

Watchword Live as children of light for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness and truth.  (Eph 5:8b-9 NIV) Introit from Psalm 48 Great is the LORD, and most worthy of praise, in the city of our … Continue reading

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Sermon during Matins

Here is the sermon by Professor John T. Pless (CTS Ft.Wayne, IN) preached during Matins this morning in the chapel of St.Timothy at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Tshwane: LTS Chapel Thursday in Trinity 9

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Sermon on Ac 2:42

This morning’s sermon by Dr. Karl Böhmer on Acts 2.42: And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. A small crowd has assembled to watch the big man start his … Continue reading

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The Holiday of Pentecost

Watchword for the Holiday of Pentecost from Zechariah 4:6  This is the word of the LORD unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts. (KJV) Old Testament reading from Ezekiel … Continue reading

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