Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church - Olive Branch, MS
May 2, 2021- Cantate Sermon

May 2, 2021- Cantate Sermon

May 2, 2021
5/2/21
Is. 12:1–6
Psalm 66:1–8
James 1:16–21
John 16:5–15
DS 3
556 Dear Christians (st 1-5)
768 To God the Holy Spirit Let Us Pray
633 At the Lambs High Feast
556 Dear Christians (st 6-10)
May 2, 2021 - Bible Study - Numbers 13-15

May 2, 2021 - Bible Study - Numbers 13-15

May 2, 2021

Rebellion, Discipline, and Old Testament laws

April 28, 2021 - Lutheranism 101 - Introduction

April 28, 2021 - Lutheranism 101 - Introduction

April 28, 2021

Introducing our study of Lutheranism 101 - a study of Lutheran Identity. 

April 25, 2021 - St. Mark, Evangelist Sermon

April 25, 2021 - St. Mark, Evangelist Sermon

April 25, 2021
St. Mark, Evangelist

4/25/21

Is. 52:7–10
Psalm 146
2 Tim. 4:5–18
Mark 16:14–20
 

DS 3

465 Now All the Vault of Heaven
518 By All Your Saints (st 1, 15, 3)
596 All Christians Who Have Been Baptized
824 May God Bestow on Us
April 25, 2021 - Bible Study - Worship in the Old Testament

April 25, 2021 - Bible Study - Worship in the Old Testament

April 25, 2021

What does Old Testament Worship teach the church today? 

April 18, 2021 - Misericordias Domini Sermon

April 18, 2021 - Misericordias Domini Sermon

April 18, 2021
Misericordias Domini (Easter 3)
4/18/21
Ezek. 34:11–16
Psalm 23
1 Peter 2:21–25
John 10:11–16
DS 3
464 The Strife is O'er
709 The King of Love My Shepherd is
711 Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us
740 I Am Jesus Little Lamb
April 18, 2021 - Bible Study - Exodus 32

April 18, 2021 - Bible Study - Exodus 32

April 18, 2021

The Golden Calf and the nature of Idolatry

April 11, 2021 - Bible Study - Getting the most out of Sunday Morning

April 11, 2021 - Bible Study - Getting the most out of Sunday Morning

April 11, 2021

On Propers and the themes of Quasimodo Geniti (Easter 2)

April 4, 2021 - The Resurrection of Our Lord Sermon

April 4, 2021 - The Resurrection of Our Lord Sermon

April 4, 2021
Easter  4/4/21 Job 19:23–27
Psalm 118:15–29
1 Cor. 5:6–8
Mark 16:1–8
DS 3 457 Jesus Christ is Risen Today
(GOSPEL PROCESSION) 459/460 Christians to the Paschal Victim
474 Alleluia! Jesus is Risen (CHOIR)
633 At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing
463 Christ the Lord is Risen Today
April 3, 2021 - Easter Vigil Homily

April 3, 2021 - Easter Vigil Homily

April 4, 2021

The Easter of Homily of St. John Chrysostom (Read by Pastor Meyers) 

 

Are there any who are devout lovers of God?
Let them enjoy this beautiful bright festival!

Are there any who are grateful servants?
Let them rejoice and enter into the joy of their Lord!

Are there any weary with fasting?
Let them now receive their wages!

If any have toiled from the first hour,
let them receive their due reward;
If any have come after the third hour,
let him with gratitude join in the Feast!
And he that arrived after the sixth hour,
let him not doubt; for he too shall sustain no loss.
And if any delayed until the ninth hour,
let him not hesitate; but let him come too.
And he who arrived only at the eleventh hour,
let him not be afraid by reason of his delay.
For the Lord is gracious and receives the last even as the first.
He gives rest to him that comes at the eleventh hour,
as well as to him that toiled from the first.

To this one He gives, and upon another He bestows.
He accepts the works as He greets the endeavor.
The deed He honors and the intention He commends.
Let us all enter into the joy of the Lord!

First and last alike receive your reward;
rich and poor, rejoice together!
Sober and slothful, celebrate the day!
You that have kept the fast, and you that have not,
rejoice today for the Table is richly laden!

Feast royally on it, the calf is a fatted one.
Let no one go away hungry. Partake, all, of the cup of faith.
Enjoy all the riches of His goodness!

Let no one grieve at his poverty,
for the universal kingdom has been revealed.

Let no one mourn that he has fallen again and again;
for forgiveness has risen from the grave.

Let no one fear death, for the Death of our Savior has set us free.
He has destroyed it by enduring it.
He destroyed Hell when He descended into it.
He put it into an uproar even as it tasted of His flesh.

Isaiah foretold this when he said,
"You, O Hell, have been troubled by encountering Him below."
Hell was in an uproar because it was done away with.
It was in an uproar because it is mocked.
It was in an uproar, for it is destroyed.
It is in an uproar, for it is annihilated.
It is in an uproar, for it is now made captive.

Hell took a body, and discovered God.
It took earth, and encountered Heaven.
It took what it saw, and was overcome by what it did not see.

O death, where is thy sting?
O Hell, where is thy victory?

Christ is Risen, and you, o death, are annihilated!
Christ is Risen, and the evil ones are cast down!
Christ is Risen, and the angels rejoice!
Christ is Risen, and life is liberated!

Christ is Risen, and the tomb is emptied of its dead;
for Christ having risen from the dead,
is become the first-fruits of those who have fallen asleep.

To Him be Glory and Power forever and ever. Amen!

(circa 400 AD)

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