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Month: July 2016

The Joys of Getting Old.

I found this picture a while back and it made me realize how old I am getting.  The picture was taken a few years back when a group of us traveled to see the Project 24 site called Udom.  Jamison Hardy (left) who is now the...

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Mercy, Justice, Humility……

Theodore Laetsch was a professor many years ago in the LCMS.  He died in 1962.  Another Professor named Herbert Mayer wrote of him, “His courses in pastoral theology seemed to assume that the typical congregation which his...

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Vestibules of the Mansions Above.

Vestibule of the Winter Palace The Epistle lesson for Sunday comes from Colossians 3 where Paul says our lives as Christians are hidden with Christ in God.  A commentary from Theodore Laetsch has this delightful little picture...

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Global Citizens, Concerts, and Mercy.

Bangla Desh or Bangladesh is probably not known to many people here in the United States.  I won’t rant on our national appalling ignorance of geography and history but you might want to think a bit about places like...

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Emails and Treason – Seriously?

If Russians can read DNC emails can they read emails from a sever in Chappaqua? So Trump says that that have the 33000 emails deleted from the STATE DEPARTMENT and now he is claimed  to be  someone who is  a part of a digital...

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