Bible Study

Join us to study the Word of God.  
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Sunday Morning Bible Class 

Beginning Sunday, September 12, after the 9:15 a.m. service, (approximately 10:45 a.m.)  Sunday morning Bible Class will begin a new study into the Book of Revelation. Let this study not frighten you as a believing Christian. In fact, as a believing Christian, you should be encouraged to attend to see God’s magnificent beauty now and as it will be at the return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  We look forward to seeing as many of you believing Christians attend this study of an amazing and revealing book of the Bible.

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The Revelation of Jesus Christ to John

by Julius Schnoor von Carolsfeld

For decades, even centuries, the final book of the Bible is one that has been avoided by many Christians to read, let alone study. This is true primarily because the book is complex, confusing, and reveals frightening symbols in its reading. Who can interpret such things? As Lutherans we simply ask, “What does this mean?” Beginning today, following Divine Service, we will dive into this beautiful piece from Jesus Christ about Himself … for as long as it will take (smile). Christians should not run away from the reading or the study of this book because for the believing Christian it brings great and eternal comfort of God’s promise to save sinners through the work of His Son Jesus Christ.

Many theologians, past and present, make attempts to interpret the book. However, hermeneutical principles need to be carefully applied to this book as they are to all the divinely inspired Books of the Bible. We will not attempt to reveal a “new” discovery, rather we shall draw from it the Christological message that the Book of Revelation points us to the final meaning and the final answer to all that is revealed in the Bible. Come join us in this spectacular study of God’s revealed Word.

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Wednesday Morning Bible Class

On Wednesday mornings at 10:00 am, in the Church narthex, we gather with Pastor Kress around tables to talk theology, ask a wide range of interesting questions, and witness our own theology shaped by the Word of God. No one is required to know anything about everything. If you have questions or are interested in listening in on our Table Talk you are welcome to join us in some engaging and thought-provoking conversations.