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Through My Bible In 3 Years
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» Through My Bible Yr 1 – September 13
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – September 12
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – September 16
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – September 15
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – September 14
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – September 13
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – September 12
Daily Devotion
» Communication that Values Relationships – September 16, 2021
» Changeless Grace – September 15, 2021
» Christ Brings Change – September 14, 2021
» He Will Come to Save You – September 13, 2021
» Pray With Confidence – September 12, 2021
Daily Devotions - Audio
» Communication that Values Relationships – September 16, 2021
» Changeless Grace – September 15, 2021
» Christ Brings Change – September 14, 2021
» He Will Come to Save You – September 13, 2021
» Pray With Confidence – September 12, 2021
Forward in Christ
» Deliver us from evil
» Confessions of faith: Hưu-Trung Lê
» Jesus is the key
» This is the body of Christ
» My Christian life: Heart transplant inspires a life of service
WELS Together Newsletter:
» The new hymnal has arrived
» WELS Endowment Fund again receives accolade
» Thoughts on the recent synod convention
» WELS celebrates milestone in endowments program
» WELS Historical Institute celebrates 40 years
Faith Related Q and A
» My question deals with the consumption of alcohol. I believe drinking is ok if done responsibly, but my friend believes any alcohol consumption is a sin. The friend believes that the word "wine" in the Bible has different meanings such as to be happy or joyful. The friend always uses the example that God would never say a little viewing of pornography is fine, just don't overdo it. He takes the case that the over- consumption of alcohol can lead to sinful acts. He also believes that Jesus wouldn't had wine at the Lord's Supper only juice. How do you address this train of thought?
» I often give in to the sin of watching porn and feel bad and pray to God apologizing and get Communion, then end up falling into temptation again and repeating. I know if you ask for forgiveness but repeat it then it's not being truly repentant. I want to stop and feel super bad if I don't take Communion, but know I will sooner or later fall back into my old ways. What should I do? I don't feel right talking to my pastor about it either.
» Hello. My question might be confusing but please bear with me. I have been a believer in Christ for some time now. I’m also a fan and avid watcher of Japanese anime. Yet I struggle with addiction to pornography, including lusting after the girls in anime, or I should say the sexually explicit form of the medium known as hentai. I strive to break free from the addiction and treat the girls in anime with love as I would girls in the real world. Further complicating matters, I suffer from OCD, which is a mental disorder that causes doubt and unwanted thoughts. The OCD has caused me bad ideas that anime girls will be cursed by God due to all of the time I lusted after them. So my question is: would God curse anime girls by changing them in any negative way for me as punishment for my sin? Thank you for taking the time to read and respond to this question.
» Pastor, I have a question that has made me very confused and unworthy of being loved by God. I have long tried to get rid of the feelings towards the same gender, but they do not go away. I have prayed to God, but the feelings remain. I have not acted on these feelings and will never do so, but they never go away. They are a part of me, but that doesn’t mean I am not a follower of God. What should I do? I feel alone. I’m scared that I am not enough and will be left when he comes.
» If I'm reading the Athanasian Creed correctly, it says a belief in the Trinity is necessary for salvation. Could you please elaborate on this a little bit? How could a person be lost if they don't believe in the Trinity, which is a difficult concept for people to comprehend. I believe in the Trinity, but I've always found the Athanasian Creed a bit troubling because I do not fully understand how a belief in the Trinity relates to the Gospel. Maybe it is simply because the Athanasian Creed was written to combat heresies that said Jesus was only a man?
WELSTech Podcast - Audio
» 662 – From LEGOs to Email
» 661 – Adding Value to Information
» 660 – Is Email Making Us Miserable?
» 659 – Are You Checking Your Email Again?
» 658 – Dan Schmidt

Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. ~ Proverbs 22:6