Second Sunday after Trinity

Note: This sermon was written by Pastor Voege and read while he was away on holidays.   The Wisdom of Faith Proverbs 9:1-10   In the Old Testament, there are recorded numerous theophanies, that is, appearances of God to man. In Second Chronicles we’re told of one of them. After offering up a thousand burnt[…]

First Sunday after Trinity

Note: This sermon was written by Pastor Voege and read at a lay-led service while he was away on holidays.   Where Is Your Treasure? Saint Luke 16:19-31 Pastor Voege tells of how, when he was a kid, his parents subscribed to the Saturday edition of The Detroit Free Press, where he saw, on the[…]

Feast of the Holy Trinity

The ‘Truly, Truly’ of the Trinity Saint John 3:1-17 Today we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Trinity, a festival day of the Christian Church not devoted to an event, such as the birth or the resurrection of our Lord, but to a fundamental teaching of the Christian faith, namely that, as the Athanasian Creed[…]

Feast of Pentecost

Pentecost’s “New Law” Acts 2:1-21 and Saint John 14:23-31 Today we celebrate the Day of Pentecost, as Christians have for nearly two millennia. Now while this is an important feast day for the Christian Church, Pentecost actually has its roots back in the Old Testament—back when the Lord God wrote His Law on the tablets[…]