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Confirmation Sunday

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Do you remember your Confirmation Day?  You were probably both excited and nervous.  Excited to profess your faith in Jesus and receive the Lord’s Supper for the first time.  Nervous because you didn’t want to give a wrong answer, or forget where to go and when to stand.   This weekend is Confirmation weekend at St. Paul’s.  The Class of 2021 at St. Paul’s will be Confirmed on Saturday, May 1.  Pray for our young Christians…

Easter 4 Worship

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. It’s not always obvious, but there are some heavily-armed men and women in suits who watch, guard and protect the President of the United States. Those protectors of presidents are the United States Secret Service. Wherever the president goes, the Secret Service goes. Would you like to be closely protected like that? God has his own Secret Service who watches you, guards you and protects you. But it’s not always obvious that…

I am Jesus’ Little Lamb

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. The shepherd and his care for his sheep is one of the most beautiful and comforting images in the entire Bible. It pictures Jesus, the Good Shepherd, taking care of us, his lambs and sheep. Psalm 23, the Good Shepherd Psalm, is a favorite for many, many Christians. This is pretty amazing, considering that most of us aren’t familiar with raising and looking after sheep. Why is it that we love this…

What if?

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Have you ever found yourself asking yourself “What if?”  What if I had grown up in a different city or state?  What if I had pursued a different major in college, or career path in life?  What if I had made that move to a different house or neighborhood when I had the opportunity?  This Sunday the Apostle Paul poses a “What if” question in our lesson from his great resurrection chapter:…

The Road to Salvation: 33 Years of Submission and Suffering

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. We’re not quite there. Palm Sunday which begins Holy Week is only a week away, but that’s not when Jesus showed up on this earth. He didn’t gather up all of our sins on Palm Sunday, unload them on Good Friday, and assure us that we are forgiven on Easter Sunday. His work as our Savior required all 33 years of his life. Keeping God’s will perfectly for all 33 years. Suffering…

Amazing Grace

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. “Amazing Grace” is one of the best-known hymns there is. We love to hear its familiar melody sung by a soloist, or even played on bagpipes (like this weekend at St. Paul’s). But do those who hear that hymn, or have sung it, do they know what God’s grace is? Do you know what God’s grace is all about? What’s so interesting, is this beautiful and beloved hymn about grace doesn’t mention…

Christ the Crusher

You can also watch on our Facebook page. For people who lived in the small communities south of Milwaukee, “The Crusher” was a household name. He was part of one of the first professional wrestling group, and he called South Milwaukee, Wisconsin home. His massive hands and brute strength allowed him to crush just about anything. No, we aren’t honoring “The Crusher” this weekend, but our worship at St. Paul’s centers around someone nicknamed “The Head Crusher.” In Genesis chapter…

Jesus our King

You can also watch on our Facebook page. Did you know that your Savior has a tattoo? He sure does. Because he fought your enemies for you on the cross and will continue to fight for you each day and in every way, he’s earned another title: “On his thigh he has this name written: King of kings” (Revelation 19). That makes the King of kings your king! In addition to fighting your enemies of sin, death and Satan, he…