Holy Cross Lutheran Church

  1. We often have questions for God as well as also telling Him what we want from Him, but in today's text from the prophet Micah, God has some questions for us and lets us know what He wants from us. Today's message, based on the Old Testament text, will explore how we respond to God's grace with justice, mercy, and humility. Welcome to all who worship with us today!

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  2. Jesus not only proclaimed the Good News and taught the people God’s truth, He also called to Himself disciples whom He could train for the work of the Kingdom. In Matthew 4, we hear of the call of Peter, Andrew, James, and John, men who had met Jesus and trusted Him. They had gone back to their fishing business, but Jesus came and called them to give up their business and follow Him (see Mark 1:16-20 and Luke 5:1-11). Has Jesus called you? If so, what have you had to give up in order to follow Him? You may still have your day job, but what does it mean for you to be a disciple of Christ who has surrendered his or her life to Him? How is He making you a fisher of others?

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  4. We know little about the so-called Wisemen. The word used for “wise men” refers to a group of scholars who studied the stars. They were probably a mixture of astronomer and astrologer, approaching the reading of the stars from a scientific standpoint, but also looking to “read” what the activity of the night sky was saying. In the end, however, this is not a story about the wisemen, rather it is a story of Jesus Christ for in Him “are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Colossians 2:3) and in Him dwells “all the fullness of the Godhead bodily” (Colossians 2:9). As followers of Jesus, what does it mean to be “wise in Christ?” Let’s discover today—welcome to all who worship with us!

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  5. The Apostle Paul was a spiritual father to many, none more so than the Christians in Galatia, a place Paul knew well and had labored long for. Yet, like some parents experience, his “children” had gone astray, veering sharply away from his they had been raised in the freedom of the Gospel, returning instead to the legalism of the law. So what’s a parent to do? How does Paul address the destructive spiritual choices of his children? Let’s discover this as we too are called to remember how we have been raised in Christ - both literally and figuratively! Welcome to all who worship with us today!

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Holy Cross Lutheran Church

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Welcome to Holy Cross Lutheran church in Northwest Dallas! We currently livestream worship here every Sunday morning beginning at 9:30 am. Also check here weekly for a recorded Children's message and midweek devotional thoughts. We're glad you're here!…


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Welcome to Holy Cross Lutheran church in Northwest Dallas! We currently livestream worship here every Sunday morning beginning at 9:30 am. Also check here weekly for a recorded Children's message and midweek devotional thoughts. We're glad you're here! Music licensed through CCLI # 198753 (copyright) and # 20778564 (streaming)

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