You are invited to join us for our Joint Worship w/ Communion on Sunday at 9 am (we are socially distant and masks are encouraged) or join us live on YouTube https://youtu.be/fTCHyWqsSH0 (stream will go live between 8:50am-8:55am) or online on Monday when our video is posted.
This Sunday we will be reading from:
Revelation 14:6–7 (An angel announces the time for judgment.)
Romans 3:19–28 (We need not fear the Law’s accusation, for we are justified by grace.)
John 8:31–36 (We are freed from slavery to sin; we are free indeed.)
We will be singing hymns/songs:
LSB 656 A Might Fortress Is Our God
Thank You, Thank You Jesus
LSB 744 Amazing Grace
You Are My All In All
LSB 566 By Grace I’m Saved
LSB 806 Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart
The sermon on Sunday will look at the Reformation. We are celebrating early this year the anniversary of the Reformation. (Normally October 31) In true form we will be enjoying the eternal Gospel which had been in disarrayed during the 16th century in the Christian church. With our Nepali brothers and sisters revisit the truth of God’s word proclaimed to every nation as it is presented to us in Revelation 14:6-7, Romans 3:19-28 and John 8: 31-36. The reformation has centered its story in four key themes that make up the Lutheran understanding of God’s Holy Word. Focusing on Romans the key words: The Law – where no human being will be justified. Faith – only in Jesus Christ are justified. Grace – the gift of God through the redemption of Christ’s blood one is justified. Gospel, God’s word that sets us free to know the truth that we are justified.