Rejected and Received

by Pastor Pete Panitzke on May 17, 2020

Join us in worship (click here for the traditional service) as we see “If Jesus has risen, then I will end well” based on 1 Peter 5:6-11. Sorry if you clicked on the link yesterday afternoon. We made an error in the set up for releasing the video. It is available now.
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Today’s Reading
The same Savior, but two different reactions. The people of Nazareth rejected him. The people of Capernaum received him (click here to read Luke 4:16-39). May the God of all grace work powerfully in us that we might receive him as the Savior who can bring healing to us.
The Old Testament lesson continues our skimming through Old Testament history (click here for 1 Chronicles 3-5). Countless names, most of which mean nothing to us. But thanks be to God – each of those names was a person known by the LORD God of Israel, a part of his plan to set apart the Israelites to his own special people through whom the Savior would be born. There are 7.8 billion people in the world today. Countless names, most of which mean nothing except to the few people who know us. But thanks be to God – each of our names is known by the LORD our God who has included us in his plan to make his Church his own special people.
Bible Study
Join Pastor Nate as he begins a new session of Following the Promise study this Wednesday. Reply to this email for more information.

God bless your worship!

Pastor Pete



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