Acts 2:14 – But Peter, standing up with the eleven, raised his voice and said to them, “Men of Judea and all who dwell in Jerusalem, let this be known to you, and heed my words. This week the church … Continue reading
In today’s world, we are hard pressed to think of anything worse than death. But in today’s “Memorial Moment’s” devotion, Pastor Scott Murray tells us, “It could have been worse.” Though we know death is evil, God has revealed that … Continue reading
What do we do in those times when we feel God’s accusing finger – the finger of His law. We can be certain that there are no fingers pointing back at Him. We cannot deflect our guilt or our shame and blame others. What happens when we are burdened and heavy laden and we feel the reality of our sin deeply and inwardly. What do we do? How do we deal with it? Who shall save us from this body of death?
To answer these questions, God does not calls us to look inward at whether or not we believe our sins are forgiven. Rather, God points us outward to see the work He has done and He continues to do. Continue reading
Pastor Scott Murray of Memorial Lutheran Church in Houston Texas has a wonderful devotion today about the hierarchy that God has established in the world. Take a read: Memorial Moments – 5/1/2012