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Sunday Service Times
- 8:30am-9:30am- Traditional Worship
- 10am-11am- Traditional Worship
- 11:15am-12:30am- Contemporary Worship
**At All Worship Services Nursery is Available**
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Enter into His gates with Thanksgiving and into His courts with praise.; Be thankfulful unto Him and bless His name. For the Lord is good and His mercy is everlasting.
In these vurnerable times what is your attitude of worship and daily outlook? Are you scared, sad, hopless, critical or angry? Can you put your trust in Jesus? Did you know that prayer is the key that unlocks the doors to the kingdom of heaven so that God’s will WILL be done on Earth as in heaven? LETS pray:
We praise and give thanks to you oh Lord today. This IS the day the Lord hath made, let us rejoice and be glad in it. Dear Lord we thank you in advance that though the storms around us seem fierce and scary, we will someday look back and see all that you accomplished in the midst of the chaos and storms. Dear Lord, give us love, joy peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control as we follow you thru this time. Help us Lord to reach out to others in need and to be encouraging and prayerful instead of critical and negative. Lord give wisdom to all of our leaders in our churches, homes, cities, and nation so that everyone does their part to bring a solution to this pandemic. Thank you Jesus, you are still on the throne, loving your kids and desiring us always to turn to you. In Jesus’ mighty name, AMEN
BE ENCOURAGED AND HOPEFUL!!
We now are posting videos of Pastor “Mac” sharing his devotionals and teachings with the Our Savior Lutheran Church community and the larger community one our Facebook page and also here on the website. You will also be able to view a an archive of past teachings here also on the Worship Services Archive page.
Currently the Wednesday Lenten Services and Sunday services are canceled for the health concerns that are going on in this nation. We will still have an alternative method of getting the message doing the time of not meeting face to face. Please keep updated on the OSL Facebook page and Newsletter.
Current Online Worship Service
You might know a little bit about text messages now those who know fairly well. Know that I'm not the expert. I'm high tech.Sometimes joke about myself say there's high tech there's low tech and there's no tech.
I do text from time to time, and I find it to be useful. But more often than not at least for myself when I can't actually talk to somebody face to face. I think there's something so important and so significant about being with one another about communicating to each other particularly we have something joyous or even sad to share but text message you can indeed be a tremendous tremendous blessing and they do use it quite frequently.
First let's ask this question who's fighting for you.
At the same time we also need to ask. Who are we fighting for we need to also ask, "who are we advocating for?" Who have we taken under our wing? Sadly these may not be the easiest questions to answer in this very self-focused society of today.
We face the rigors of all that life brings. It's easy to forget about people around us as we press into our agendas and our ambitions to care about our needs. Fighting for the one next to us is easily get lost in the shuffle. We're trying to fight for ourselves. Trying to survive and just trying to make it from day to day. We can feel like everyone's against us. And we are against everyone. No, one really cares.
These feelings can send us into despair for depression. We can lose hope or even chase after things that ran us temporary comfort. We can become trapped in negativity darkness and we can become inspired and practices that destroy us and wage war against our very souls.
Do you ever feel that way? If you do I want to share something with you today, that is true and certain and can be a word and encouragement for everyone today in our lives. We have someone fighting for us. We have someone next to us who is watching out for all of us. There is a friend who is closer than a brother. Solomon knew something very important. He understood that God has given us precious gift.
There is a friend in our lives who sticks closer than any earthly brother. He is our Savior Jesus Christ the one true God. The one who even calls himself your brother. He's a brother that we can always count on them. The Bible teaches that Jesus is the Son of God literally God became flesh for us and for our salvation.
The Bible declares that God fights for us. He is fighting for us right now even in the midst of our loneliness, our suffering, inadequacies, and pains.
The Apostle John said, Not that we love God, but that he loved us and he sent his son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins.