Luke 7:1-10 – A SOLDIER’S SERMON ON SIN & GRACE

Luke 7:1-10 – A SOLDIER’S SERMON ON SIN & GRACE

Opening Anthem by Adoration Choir: “By Faith”
Liturgy – Page 15 (abbreviated Communion liturgy – front of hymnal)
Scripture Lessons: Isaiah 66:1-2; Ephesians 6:10-17; Luke 7:1-10
The Nicene Creed – Pages 18-19 (front of hymnal)
Hymn – 385
SERMON – Luke 7:1-10 – A SOLDIER’S SERMON ON SIN & GRACE
Offertory – Offering
Prayers – Lord’s Prayer – Page 20 (front of hymnal)
THE LORD’S SUPPER – Page 23 (front of hymnal)
Distribution Hymn – 377
Closing Prayer & Benediction (Page 25)
Closing Hymn – 397
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ALTAR FLOWERS are placed today by John & Marion Schaller in thanks to God for their 49th wedding anniversary.
IN MEMORY of Don Huber, $100.00 has been given to the General Fund and $100.00 to the New School Fund by Lois Huber & family.
AT THE DOOR – New edition of Meditations
EXTRA COPIES OF REDWING REPORT on table in the entry. Special note in this month’s report: Our Gr. 2-3 Teacher, Mr. Groth, has been named La Crosse County Library’s Private School Educator of the Year for 2015.

NOTE: Our congregation will mark Mr. Bakken’s 40th anniversary in the teaching ministry and Mrs. Manke’s 25th anniversary in the teaching ministry on Mon., May 23rd, 7:00 p.m. in connection with the spring plays at St. Paul’s Lutheran School. Please join us as we thank God for these faithful servants of our Savior.

Activities Banquet Downstairs May 12 7:00 p.m.
Confirmation May 15 10:00 a.m.
Spring Spotlight Concert at Luther May 15 2:00 p.m. Groundbreaking follows
Play & Teacher Anniversaries May 23 7:00 p.m.
St. Paul’s Graduation May 26 7:00 p.m.
Monday ‘Repeat’ Services Start June 6 7:00 p.m. (June thru August)

WARTBURG PROJECT UPDATE (EHV)
The Wartburg Project is a group of more than 100 WELS & ELS pastors and professors who are producing a fresh translation of the Bible. The New Testament and Psalms have been completed and turned over to Northwestern Publishing House for publication in 2017 – the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. Initial drafts of almost all of the Old Testament books have been completed. An official name for the translation itself has now been chosen: The Holy Bible: Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV). The website is wartburgproject.org/