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Today’s Thought 12/7 Be on guard! Be alert! Mk 13:33We understand these exhortations better when we place them into the context of what Jesus was telling his disciples. The disciples were marveling at the magnificent, and massive, stones that made up the temple and the walls on the sides of Mount Moriah. Jesus made it clear that they shouldn’t be marveling at the present but looking forward to a more lasting home in heaven. Jesus then went on to tell them that there would be difficult days ahead for them and the Christian church. Being alert and on guard means that we need to be vigilant for any who would infiltrate the church and attempt to lead you astray. We need to be on guard for those new teachings that would cause one to stop believing. Being alert also means encouraging others to do the same, knowing that there will be a considerable falling away on the part of many in the last days. The Lord was encouraging his disciples, and us, to finish the race. To not lose heart, but to cling even more tightly to our Lord when these tribulations arise. Prayer: Father, the days and times are perilous. The forces of evil are relentless in their effort to lead us astray and abandon our faith in you. But where else can we go? You have the words of eternal life and you will be our strength and our sure defense. AMEN ... See MoreSee Less
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To fulfill the Great Commission

In His Great Commission, Christ himself instructed us to go out among the world and teach the saving truth exactly as He told us and to baptize in His Triune Name. He has called to all of us, who once lived in the darkness of unbelief, to follow Him and to learn to live anew.

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.

Mattew 28:19–20

Pastor Roger Neumann

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