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This is Pastor Jared's weekly sermon info and his weekly Study and Share devotional Bible study. Unless otherwise noted all sermons and studies are copyright Jared Stillions 2020-2023. The devotional Bible studies may be reproduced & shared for personal, non-sale use, provided this copyright notice is included. The studies are formatted two to a page to make sharing it easier. Weekly posts go live at 9:00 AM on Sundays. 

You can find his sermon podcast on the sermon-cast page. Check back each Sunday for new content. The podcast will soon be listed with major services. 
Why not put them on the same page? Due to limitations of our website builder.

By the way, here's the Lutheran Confessions, The Book of Concord, online and in the public domain. These writings, including Luther's Small & Large Catechisms are frequently referenced in these devotional studies. The Confessions are the historic doctrinal standard of the Lutheran Church and a faithful exposition of the Bible. You could say they are squared, leveled, and plumb by and to the Bible itself.  

Sunday, November 29 2020
First Sunday of Advent

Sunday's Sermon
The Point
We’re not sure just how far away our breaking point is. Jesus gives the “signs of the times” an infinite purpose

Current Preaching Series
Finite & Infinite
God’s infinite promises come down to us in our finite world, especially in Jesus’ promised return.

Study & Share Insert
#5 God’s hiddenness is a common theme in the Bible & theology. Martin Luther contrasts it with the The_revealed_God. Where can you look to find God revealed, & more importantly, revealed for you?
See John 1:14, 3:16; Acts 4:12; Romans 5:8; Galatians 2:20; Small & Large Catechisms: Holy Baptism, Confession, Holy Communion
How can you tell this to someone else who senses God’s hiddenness?

Download the rest (*.pdf) SS2020-11-29_Advent1

By the way, our Wednesday Sermon and Series is...
What It Really Is (12.02.2020)
When you received the word of God that you heard from us, you accepted it not as a human word but as what it really is, God's word, which is also at work in you believers. -1 Thessalonians 2:13
How to Hear a Sermon 
Why do we bother with sermons and what are they good for? They open God's Word to us, both his Law and his Gospel. They're not self-help motivation or instructional lectures.

You can catch our Wednesday service videos and sermoncast

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