Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Listen to Ephesian Commentary HERE

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Dear Pastor,
Greetings in the name of Jesus.
The central teaching of the Lutheran Reformation is briefly stated in the Augsburg Confession:
Men cannot be justified before God by their own strength, merits, or works, but are freely justified for Christ's sake, through faith, when they believe that they are received into favor, and that their sins are forgiven for Christ's sake, who, by His death, has made satisfaction for our sins. This faith God imputes for righteousness in His sight. (AC, IV, 1-3)
The Lutheran reformers drew these words and teaching directly from Holy Scripture -in particular from the Apostle Paul's letter to the Ephesians.
We have completed a series of interviews with Dr. Thomas Winger, author of the
Concordia Commentary on Ephesians.  We think this series will benefit both you and your parishioners as you continue your life-long study of this vital letter of the Apostle Paul.
Click here to listen to the entire series.  Feel free to share this series with the people of your congregation as well.
Thanks for listening.
Wir sind alle Bettler,
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Todd Wilken, host
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