Lambs at Pasture for the Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity

This entry is part 84 of 94 in the series Lambs at Pasture

Lambs at Pasture for the Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity and its Answer Key are now available for download. English Version English Answer Key The repetitive nature of Lambs at Pasture aids in familiarity and memorization of key passages. This is especially true … Continue reading

The Law Always Accuses… …without Christ the Mediator! Part 5

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series The Law Always Accuses...Without Christ the Mediator!

Editor’s Note: Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier serves as pastor of Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in Los Alamos, NM. He is the host of the Redeemer Theological Academy radio program, frequent guest on Issues, Etc., Old Testament teacher for the Wittenberg Academy, and … Continue reading

Lambs at Pasture for the Fifteen Sunday after Trinity

This entry is part 83 of 94 in the series Lambs at Pasture

Lambs at Pasture for the Fifteen Sunday after Trinity and its Answer Key are now available for download. English Version English Answer Key The repetitive nature of Lambs at Pasture aids in familiarity and memorization of key passages. This is especially true … Continue reading

A Laymen’s Commentary on the Augsburg Confession: Justification

This entry is part 5 of 14 in the series A Layman's Commentary on the Augsburg Confession

Article IV: Of Justification.   1] Also they teach that men cannot be justified before God by their own strength, merits, or works, but are freely justified for 2] Christ’s sake, through faith, when they believe that they are received … Continue reading

The Law Always Accuses… …without Christ the Mediator! Part 4

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series The Law Always Accuses...Without Christ the Mediator!

Editor’s Note: Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier serves as pastor of Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in Los Alamos, NM. He is the host of the Redeemer Theological Academy radio program, frequent guest on Issues, Etc., Old Testament teacher for the Wittenberg Academy, and … Continue reading

Be at Leisure: A Lutheran Approach to Outreach, 9. Good Works

Invitation happens most naturally in the realm of vocation, that is, in one’s stations in life. One need not expend great amounts of money, take great pains, have great knowledge, or put oneself under great pressure in order to extend … Continue reading

The Nature of God’s Grace as Evidenced by the Liturgy: Part 1- Confession and Absolution

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series The Nature of God’s Grace as Evidenced by the Liturgy

In a religious atmosphere of ever-changing liturgies and free-for-all worship, I considered the importance of our constant liturgy. In the wisdom of the church, the liturgy was composed from various passages in Scripture. As it brings us the words of … Continue reading

Lambs at Pasture for the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity

This entry is part 82 of 94 in the series Lambs at Pasture

Lambs at Pasture for the Eleventh Sunday after Trinity and its Answer Key are now available for download. English Version English Answer Key The repetitive nature of Lambs at Pasture aids in familiarity and memorization of key passages. This is especially true … Continue reading