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By Rev. Dr. Benjamin Mayes You love books: good books about the true God and the riches of His wisdom, truth, and mercy incarnate. But you’re on a limited budget, and at the end of the month there is not much cash left over to add books to your library. The local library just does(...)

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The following devotion comes from God Grant It, a book of daily devotions from C. F. W. Walther intended to encourage laity, as well as pastors, and affirm them in their daily lives as redeemed children of God. The Eighth Week after Trinity Monday Read Matthew 7:16–23 With the words of today’s reading, Christ appears(...)

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On the Law, the newest volume in the translation of Johann Gerhard’s Theological Commonplaces, is now available. In this volume, Gerhard addresses the moral Law of God, revealed in Scripture and nature, as well as all other kinds of laws, such as the ceremonies and civil laws of the Old Testament. Here the reader finds a(...)

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Decades of providing pastoral care and university teaching have given Rev. Dr. Michael Eschelbach ample opportunity to answer countless biblical questions. Why are the Gospel accounts different? Why does the Bible spend so much time listing genealogies? What does Revelation mean? Dr. Eschelbach offers answers to these questions (and many more) in The Big Book(...)

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When Jesus was asked about marriage and divorce, he referred back to the account of God’s original creation of the first man and woman, and to God’s provision that in marriage the two become one flesh (Genesis 2:7, 18–24). Since “they are no longer two, but one flesh,” Jesus declares, “What God has joined together,(...)

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