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October 2017

October 1
"Power to Overcome Worry and Anxiety"
Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz
Thanksgiving and anxiety are two opposing forces. Have you ever thanked God for your problems, pains, and suffering?

(Philippians 4:4-13)

October 8
"No Selfies Needed"
Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz
God isn't afraid of messy people. He loves the broken, embraces the outcast, and seeks the lost.
(Philippians 4:4-14)

October 15
"Luther the Man: Called by God to Boast in Him "
Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz
Although Martin Luther is widely regarded as one of the most influential people of the last 500 years, he knew he was no big deal, compared to Christ.
(1 Corinthians 1:26-31)

October 22
"The Enduring Reformation Moment and Message of Grace"
Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz
The Reformation was quite a moment for Martin Luther, but also for people who suddenly heard of a merciful God Who really cared for them.
(2 Corinthians 4:13-18)

October 29
"A Reformation Invitation - the Just Live by Faith "
Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz
500 years ago, Martin Luther rediscovered a truth that turned the world upside down: the just shall live by faith. Can this message transform you today?
(Romans 1:16-17)

November 2017

November 5
"Blessed Are the Pure in Heart"
Guest Speaker: Dr. Dale A. Meyer
This weekend many churches observe All Saints Sunday, remembering those who have died in the Christian faith. That prompts us to ask, what does it take to get to heaven? Jesus tells us in Matthew 5:8, "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God." What that means is this week's Lutheran Hour message.
(Matthew 5:8)

November 12
"More Than a Wish"
Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus
Not so long ago over 370 million tickets were sold for a Powerball drawing. Each person who made a purchase had hope that they might become rich. Most were disappointed. In 1 Thessalonians 4, St. Paul explains how the resurrection hope of Christians is better than the hopelessness of the world and far more solid than groundless wishful thinking.
(1 Thessalonians 4:13-14)

November 19
"The Reckoning"
Guest Speaker: Dr. Dale A. Meyer
You hear little talk about the 'Fear of God" anymore, but if you don't in some way fear your Creator who judges you down to your inmost being, why would you love your only Savior whom He sends you? A message about fearing and loving God.
(Matthew 25:14-30)

November 26
"Show Me"
Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus
In Lerner and Loewe's musical, My Fair Lady, Eliza is being wooed with words by weak and wimpy suitor. She comments: "Don't talk of stars, burning above If you're in love, show me Tell me not dreams, filled with desire If you're on fire, show me." In Jesus' description of Judgment Day, the Savior goes on record: true love needs to show itself in action.
(Matthew 25:31-46)

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