Grow in God's Word
Today's Devotion
Praise the Lord for His Amazing Victory – April 24, 2019
Remember What God Said – April 23, 2019
Find a Reason to Believe – April 22, 2019
Today's Devotion - Audio
Praise the Lord for His Amazing Victory – April 24, 2019
Remember What God Said – April 23, 2019
Find a Reason to Believe – April 22, 2019
Forward in Christ Magazine
Risen indeed!
Where are they now? Divine Savior Ministries
WELS members support Christmas outreach program – C18
Faith Related Q and A
I often give in to the sin of watching porn and feel bad and pray to God apologizing and get Communion, then end up falling into temptation again and repeating. I know if you ask for forgiveness but repeat it then it's not being truly repentant. I want to stop and feel super bad if I don't take Communion, but know I will sooner or later fall back into my old ways. What should I do? I don't feel right talking to my pastor about it either.
I have a question on salvation. The Bible clearly says that that we are saved by grace, not by works (Ephesians 2:8-9). But isn’t belief itself a work? Isn’t believing something we have to do to be saved? This is connected to another question that I have: what is the least someone has to do to get to heaven? Where is the line drawn? Is it trust in God? Is it repentance? How much trust or repentance is needed to be saved? Thanks for any answers.
How do I stop thinking like a legalist? I have been reading a lot of Baptist materials lately, and always seem to think like a legalist.
Through My Bible In 3 Years
Through My Bible Yr 2 – April 24
Through My Bible Yr 2 – April 23
Through My Bible Yr 2 – April 22
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
Through My Bible Yr 2 – April 24
Through My Bible Yr 2 – April 23
Through My Bible Yr 2 – April 22
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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