Grow in God's Word
Today's Devotion
Whom Are You Following – January 26, 2020
Priceless – January 25, 2020
He Brought Him to Jesus – January 24, 2020
Today's Devotion - Audio
Whom Are You Following – January 26, 2020
Priceless – January 25, 2020
He Brought Him to Jesus – January 24, 2020
Forward in Christ Magazine
Question and answer about “Equipping Christian Witnesses”- Part 2
A front-row seat to WELS Waukesha campus ministry
Lighthouse Youth Center opens third location
Faith Related Q and A
Is there any reason that I should not choose cremation?
I am a practicing WELS member and would like thank all those who take time to answer so many interesting and challenging questions on this website. I follow the Q&As closely and have grown in my faith as a result. Considering this, can you tell me if all questions are posted and answered, or do you exclude some that may be inappropriate given your audience? Also, is there a team of people that answer questions or is it limited to one or two?
I have been reading the newly published Evangelical Heritage Version of the Bible (EHV) translated by Confessional Lutherans and so far I am highly impressed, and this translation is truly a blessing. However, I am concerned that in several places rather than stating "saved" it states "being saved." This confuses me. I know that we, as Confessional Lutherans, believe teach and confess that one is saved, so from a Confessional Lutheran standpoint how is that we are "being saved"? What exactly does this mean? Also, why, when the KJV does not translate these verses this way, why does the EHV? I've read all of Christian Dogmatics by Mueller, and, to my knowledge, it does not explain anywhere that we are "being saved," but that we are saved. Any clarification into these matters would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Through My Bible In 3 Years
Through My Bible Yr 3 – January 26
Through My Bible Yr 3 – January 25
Through My Bible Yr 3 – January 24
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
Through My Bible Yr 3 – January 26
Through My Bible Yr 3 – January 25
Through My Bible Yr 3 – January 24
The "Through My Bible" reading series is designed to take only a few minutes each day. Start anytime and pick it back up with the current day if you happen to miss a few days.
To help you through your Bible study, consider this:
Peter the Barber once asked Martin Luther how he, an ordinary kind of guy, could read the Bible with profit. Luther answered: Ask yourself...

1. What does God tell me here?
2. What makes me glad?
3. What makes me sad?
4. What do I want to pray for?
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