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9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for 2/8/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Guest preacher - Pastor Bagnal’s sermon. Gospel reading Mark 1: 29-39. In the gospel reading Jesus rose early and went to a desolate place and prayed
Why did Jesus leave us? Well, He didn’t come to fix the world. He is the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. His purpose is greater than this world. It’s our salvation and victory over death and the devil. That’s our comfort.
Lamb of God Lutheran Church
1010 W Lincoln St Papillion, NE 68046
(we fixed pastor's mic after the opening announcements)
9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for 2/22/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Pastor Houser’s sermon. Gospel reading Mark 1:9-15. We are all scared. Our naval, physical injuries and sin are results of the fall.
We are separated from the one in whom we were conceived and we are separated from God because of sin. But Christ’s blood saves us because he is true man and true God
9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for 2/15/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Pastor Houser’s sermon. Gospel reading Mark 9: 2-9. Transfiguration Sunday. Elijah and Moses appear with Jesus. Elijah and Moses are the law and a filter. Christ is the lens through which God sees us.
The law acts as a filter, curb and guide like a filter cleans the dirt out of water. But even if we filter water, the essence of the water remains just like we remains sinners and the world is still fallen. The law can’t save us but Christ, the lens, does. Because of Jesus, God sees us a righteous.
9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for 1/25/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Pastor Bagnal’s sermon. Gospel reading Mark 1: 14-20. “Fishers of men” from today’s gospel gets abused and usurps the Holy Spirit.
Jesus says, “Repent and believe in the gospel...I will make you fishers of men.” However we are the fish - not the fisherman. We are not the instrument of God’s grace - the Holy Spirit is. The gospel is at work in us. We are the fruits of God’s word.
9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for 1/18/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Pastor Houser’s sermon. First reading 1 Samuel 3: 1-20 and Gospel reading John 1: 43-51. Samuel is called to be a prophet and declare the word of God. “The Lord came and stood.” It was Jesus prior to the incarnation.
In John, Jesus call Philip and Nathaniel; “Come follow Me”. God’s Word still calls disciples.
God spoke to His people by the prophets but now He speaks to us by His Son. The Word of God seeks and saves. The Word made flesh. The Word of the Gospel - your sins are forgiven.
9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for 111/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Pastor Housers’s sermon. The Gospel reading - Mark 1:4-11; John baptizes Jesus . We are utterly dependent on water for our survival. But it’s much more that biology. It has to do with salvation of our souls. God wills that we be baptized. God’s means are water and the Word.
In this episode of ODWIRA we address bebra ne su, reincarnation and race. The whites and their offspring can never be the Ancestresses and Ancestors of Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) - even in the case of miscegenation. Identity is spiri-genetic.
We expose the agenda of the whites and their offspring who attempt to endear Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) to them by polluting the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) gene pool. Recognition of this reality allows the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) individual to consciously recognize and repel all of the whites and their offspring completely - living and deceased including in cases of miscegenation.
We examine our books:
MMARA NE KYI - Divine Law/Love and Divine Hate
THE OKRA/OKRAA COMPLEX - The Soul of Akanfo
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9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for 1/4/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Pastor Houser’s sermon. (Gospel - Luke 2:40-52.) Christmas began before God created the world as He planned for our salvation. The tree in the garden was there for salvation, not the fall.
In the gospel, the teachers saw God as a God of wrath; of the law. Jesus sat amongst them - the God of grace and mercy - and the teachers were amazed at His answers.
God created us knowing we would fall; yet he sent his own Son to save us. The wisdom of the world doesn’t understand God’s wisdom which mercifully, supersedes.
9 am Sunday Divine Service. Traditional Lutheran Divine Service and Law Gospel Sermon.
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