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Weekly Sermons from St. Marcus Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Weekly Sermons from St. Marcus Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Look What Time It Is! | Watchful & Hopeful

    Look What Time It Is! | Watchful & Hopeful

    Many of us wrap up the Thanksgiving celebration with a viewing of a favorite holiday classic like It's a Wonderful Life, Home Alone, or Elf. This is an unofficial acknowledgement that we are transitioning on to an important time of year. The historical church calendar has traditionally done something similar. There is a fall-time recognition of the End Times, before we turn the page back to the beginning, Advent, when we process the coming of the Promised Messiah. The bounce between 2nd Coming and 1st Coming is a believer's balance of the "Already...but not yet" experience of being God's people in the wilderness of life. This week we study Romans 13:11-14 under the theme of "Look What Time It Is!"

    • 24 min
    Miriam & Aaron Oppose Moses | Infinite Depth: The Book of Numbers

    Miriam & Aaron Oppose Moses | Infinite Depth: The Book of Numbers

    This week we'll be studying Numbers 12:1-16, under the theme of "Miriam & Aaron Oppose Moses." After slandering Moses' wife, Miriam and Aaron get a firm reminder to be content in their calling, submit to God's will, and honor God's choices, even as they experience God's grace.

    SERIES SUMMARY: The Book of Numbers picks up at Mt Sinai, roughly where the Book of Exodus ended. The task before the nation is to take possession of the Promised Land. The Israelites are counted and resume march. But
they begin incessantly grumbling at the hardships of the wilderness and leadership of Moses & Aaron. In this series, we're going to see how discontentment with life, distrust of leaders, and disbelief in God’s promises complicates life unnecessarily; and, if left unrepented, could even prevent blessing of the  Promised Land. We'll also see God's patient, undeserved, unfailing love for his people.

    If you’d like to leave an offering or monetary donation to our ministry please click here: https://tinyurl.com/stmarcusgive

    • 36 min
    Enduring Discipline | Hebrews: Next Level Faith

    Enduring Discipline | Hebrews: Next Level Faith

    This week we'll be studying Hebrews 12:4-13, under the theme of "Enduring Discipline." Throughout this series, we've said the Hebrews were new Jewish converts to Christianity, who were reconsidering the faith due to present hardship. As the author of Hebrews has made logical points to persuade them to not give up, his final major argument is that the hardship a Sovereign God allows in our lives is akin to a loving Father's discipline. It comes from a place of love. And it aims towards a place of our betterment.

    • 29 min
    The Truth Will Set You Free | Reformation Sunday

    The Truth Will Set You Free | Reformation Sunday

    By holding on to the Truth of God's Holy Word, we experience the freedom of no longer being slaves to sin. Based on John 8:31-36.

    • 29 min
    The Nature of Saving Faith | Hebrews: Next Level Faith

    The Nature of Saving Faith | Hebrews: Next Level Faith

    This week we'll be studying Hebrews 11:1-3; 13-17, under the theme of "The Nature of Saving Faith." The author of Hebrews reminds us in this chapter of the "heroes" of Israelite history. These were heroes of faith more than heroes of faithfulness. None of them was saved by their own righteousness, but by a righteousness that came by/through faith. This confidence in God's promises of life eternal then led to them acting courageously in this life presenting a powerful pattern for us.

    • 17 min
    Keep Moving Forward Together | Hebrews: Next Level Faith

    Keep Moving Forward Together | Hebrews: Next Level Faith

    This week we'll be studying Hebrews 10:19-27, under the theme of "Keep Moving Forward Together." The modern western world champions the idea of individual autonomy. Its two most devastating lies then are 1) that we can save ourselves, and 2) that we can do a relationship with God by ourselves. But the writer to the Hebrews teaches the necessity of meeting together, the danger of deliberately sinning against this, and the identity that unites us in the Church.

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
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74 Ratings

SD_Brian ,

Tremendous! 🙏🙏🙏

First of all, thank you God for working in the hearts of those involved in producing this podcast, not only the pastors, but those who make it possible to hear this content every week. Please continue this ministry! Such a blessing to those without the ability to physically attend St. Marcus, so appreciated. Actively listening for the last 3 years!

Find peace in the object of your faith, through Jesus’ sacrifice as our substitute, we are declared righteous in God’s eyes. What a beautiful Savior!

EmG2187 ,

Great!

Fantastic content. Some of the music tracks lately have been drowning out the speaker lately.

Balance45 ,

Such a blessing!!

I sincerely appreciate all the work that goes into creating, delivering and producing these sermons and bible classes. They are filled with the truth of God’s precious Word delivered in a way that I can understand and I have learned so much from viewing these on You Tube and now listening to them on podcast.

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