Daily Bible readings
Today's Devotion
Take a Break with Jesus – July 23, 2018
In Due Time – July 22, 2018
When the Words Don’t Come – July 21, 2018
Good Works are God’s Work – July 20, 2018
Fully Meeting God’s Standards – July 19, 2018

Through My Bible In 3 Years
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 23
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 22
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 21
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 20
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 19

Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 23
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 22
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 21
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 20
Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 19

Faith Related Q and A
I once heard a Catholic say about salvation that “he has been saved, is being saved, and will be saved.” I didn’t know what to think about this. Is this an accurate thing to say? I guess in other words the Catholic is saying that salvation is a process. So what is it? Is salvation a process or a one-time event?
What times on what days should be considered the beginning and end of the Paschal Triduum? I've heard versions including Thursday evening through Saturday night, Friday afternoon through Sunday morning, and Thursday evening through Sunday evening. I recently taught a class on our church year and there was confusion on this topic among members, including some lifelong WELS members. Thanks in advance for clarifying this for us.
Hi, I’m a Lutheran who wants other people who aren’t Christians to receive salvation and go to heaven. But I understand that we believe it is faith alone and that it’s not our choice to “accept” Christ as Savior; it’s the work of God alone. If we believe that it’s God’s work alone, doesn’t that mean that we shouldn’t even bother preaching to non-believers? And also, if I were to preach to them, what do I say about receiving salvation? Many evangelicals would tell people to accept and trust him, but since we don’t “accept” Christ, do I tell them to put their faith in Jesus and they will be saved? I’m sorry if this is a long question, but I don’t know who to ask and it’s hard to put into words.
Can a non-member, non-believer stand as maid of honor and/or bridesmaid/groomsman in a WELS wedding?
Recently my church, a WELS church, changed the words to our Lord's Prayer. The word trespasses was changed to sin. I believe that only God or a called servant may forgive sin. Why was this change made? This issue is very disturbing to the older members of the congregation to the point that some are considering leaving our church.
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