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July 31st, 20228th Sunday After Pentecost 9 AM worship at Beautiful Savior Lutheran ChurchFind Meaning in God Book of Ecclesiastes  The preacher upon reflecting on life declares: "Meaningless Meaningless everything in life is meaningless.” We often are so focused on the meaningless that we miss what is truly important. Sometimes we need to pause, reflect and remember what we are saying when we say that God is our all in all. For when life is centered in God we find His blessings and meanings in life. READINGSEcclesiastes 1:2, 12–14, 2:18–26Psalm 100Colossians 3:1–11Luke 12:13–21 Church http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show
July 17th, 2022Sixth Sunday After Pentecost 9 AM worship at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Living Your Life in Christ Colossians 1 Colossians 1:24–25 (ESV)Now I rejoice in my sufferings for your sake, and in my flesh, I am filling up what is lacking in Christ’s afflictions for the sake of his body, that is, the church, of which I became a minister according to the stewardship from God that was given to me for you, to make the word of God fully known, Paul, in proclaiming the all-sufficient gospel of Jesus' death and resurrection declares that he rejoices in filling up what is lacking in Christ. What! this is one of those double-take lines of the Gospel. However, when we relook at this, we see Paul's meaning. For Paul to proclaim that Christ has done it all, but what is missing, for you to hear, for you to believe and for you to tell. READINGS Psalm 27 Colossians 1:21–29 Luke 10:38–42 Church the show
July 10th, 2022Fifth Sunday After Pentecost Sermon Audio at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Called To Be Different Leviticus 19 ‘Be holy because I, the Lord your God, am holy." Leviticus 19:2In the New Testament, Leviticus 19 is the most cited. Jesus and the apostles keep returning to this chapter to call the church, the new Israel, to hear its identity. That as God has given you a new identity.  Out of this, flows who you now are.  For just as the people of God in the Old Testament, you have been given a task to be different, for the sake of letting others know who God is. READINGSLeviticus 18:1–5, Leviticus 19: 9–18Psalm 41Luke 10:25–37Church the show
July 3rd, 2022Fourth Sunday After Pentecost Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church SeaTac, WA God's comfort to the Destressed Isaiah 66:10-14You might know what it is like to be bone tired. Not just tired or exhausted but feeling it in your bones. God's people are also familiar with this feeling. As we turn to the end of Isaiah God gives his final say. His final announcements of both judgment but also comfort. For his people who are weary and bone tired, God promises comfort and peace. He promises that he willbe there to comfort his children and that one day we will rejoice with Jerusalem. For one day God's peace will come like a river. READINGSIsaiah 66:10–14Psalm 66Luke 10:1–20Church the show
June 26th, 2022Third Sunday After Pentecost  Fear Blinded God's plan1 Kings 19:9–211st Kings 19 picks up with a prophet on the run from the world. A prophet who is tired and drained. Yet also a prophet who is missing the mission. In response, God calls his prophet to see what Now we are not in the same shoes as Elijah and might not get an audience before God in the same way. However, we too can have our lives, our worries and our fears blind us to God's plans and his callings.  Today we see a prophet before God while missing what God is doing as He asks "what are you doing here Elijah?"READINGS   1 Kings 19:9–21  Psalm 16  Luke 9:51–62Church http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show
June 19th, 2022Second Sunday After Pentecost  Found by those who did not seekIsaiah 65:1-9I have been ready to give an answer to those who did not make prayer to me; I have been offering myself to those who were not searching for me; I said, Here am I, here am I, to a nation which gave no respect to my name. Last week we looked at the joy of knowing God. How wonderful it is that the one true God is known. As we turn to the book of Isaiah. If we know the God who does wonderous things how do we react in the face of trouble. We look to the mystery of how God reacts to all the people who do not know him. God saying he has made himself known he has shown himself plainly.  Isaiah 65:1-9 brings us a promise of a God who seeks after those who did not know him. READINGS    Isaiah 65:1–9    Psalm 3    Luke 8:26–39Church http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show
Beautiful Savior Lutheran ChurchJune 12th, 2022Trinity Sunday The Joy of Knowing God - Psalm 8Or Lord our LordHow majestic is your name in all the earth!How majestic is the Lord our God. We can be filled with awe at His creation and the works of His hands. At the same time, His glory and power are seen not in strength but in weakness. We join together to celebrate the wonderful truth of who our God is and how He has humbled Himself for you. READINGS  Psalm 8  Acts 2:14a, 22–36  John 8:48–59#worship #churchAll music streamed by permission under one of the following licenses:CCLI license 314128ONE LICENSE, License 738824-AChurch the show
June 5th, 2022Pentecost SundayReopening Christianity week 5 READINGSPsalm 143Ephesians 1:15-23John 14:23–31I in Love with Jesus or ______?The First Commandment reminds us that God is to be first. Yet, every one of us struggleswith this. We end up putting other things before God, the never-ending struggle with idolatry. Scripture is clear, nothing – no matter how good – is to come before God. He is our focus and our hope. Living in America, there are many things that we are blessed with and love about our lives. Loving is not the problem. The key question is, “What do we love most.” The challenge is not to love, but to be ready to hold softly the love that we have in favor of the greater call to love God above all things. The Holy Spirit is what enables us to love as God calls us to. Are you ready to love as God calls you to?Church http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show
May 29th, 2022Ascension SundayReopening Christianity week 4It can be so easy to know what is wrong with the world. To sit back and point out what shouldn't be done. However, is that who we are called to be? Are we supposed to be known for all the things we hate? Is that what our faith is based on? When it comes down to it, we all struggle with living out our faith, with being God's people.As we celebrate the Ascension of our Lord, we should ask ourselves how we are known? Today we are called to remember that Jesus is still with us, and He calls us to represent him. How are we doing and what are his people known for? Maybe we need to change what we do. READINGSPsalm 472 Corinthians 5:11-21Luke 24:44-53Church http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show
Beautiful Savior Lutheran ChurchMay 22nd 20226th Sunday of EasterReopening Christianity week 3It is so easy to try to protect what we have. We can try to protect our finances, our health, and even our church. David stepped up to fight a giant when everyone else was simply trying not to be conquered by the giant. We are reminded how we can be brave in how we live for Christ! We are called to not be defensive but to be an agent of God’s hope for others. READINGSPsalm 671 Samuel 17 the show
May 15th, 20225th Sunday of EasterAs we rejoice in our Easter celebrations, we are joined today by Rev Arthur Werzner, chaplain for Lutheran Ministry Service Northwest. Join us as we rejoice in our risen Lord. ReadingsRevelation 21:1-7John 13:31-35Support the show
4th Sunday of EasterGood Shepherd SundayReopening Christianity week 2Mothers DayThis is the 2nd week of our Church-Wide Study on the book "Reopening Christianity".The church in America can often feel like a spectator sport. You come you watch you leaven... Is that what your faith calls of you? Is your faith calling you to be a consumer or a contributor?ReadingsPsalm  23 ResponsiveEphesians 4:7-16John 10:22-30Support the show
Beautiful Savior Lutheran ChurchMay 1st 20223rd Sunday of EasterReopening Christianity This is the 1st video of our new Church-Wide Study on the book "Reopening Christianity".It can be so easy to become click-ish. We have our time, our family, our friends, our space and our cultural sensibilities, and our faith community. God's people have been changed by God to be His light to the nations. We are called to consider not what has happened in your past but the past is not our priority. For there is an empty tomb that calls us to a future with God. The future into which God calls us is to be our focus and affection. What direction are you heading in? Who is the lord of your life? Readings Psalm 30 (responsive)Revelation 5:1–14John 21:1–14 Support the show
April 24th 20222nd Sunday of EasterWhat is “truth”?  Oh boy, that is a big question. We live in a world that wants you to think that truth is based on interpretation.  Your faith how you live your faith who you follow…all a matter of interpretation and not objective truth. “Your word is truth,” Jesus said in John 17:17. Easter reminds us that we apprehend that truth through faith, through Spirit-wrought trust in God’s promises. Matthew 28:17 gives a great example of this distinction. “When they saw Him [the resurrected Jesus], they worshipped Him; but some doubted.” There He was, objective truth, but the truth was received only through faith.He is risen! You are invited to live in the truth of the empty tomb. ReadingsRev. 1:4–18 John 20:19–31Support the show (
April 17th 2022The Resurrection of our LordLife Together Series How do you live and tell this good news?How has this news impacted your life? It is not what you know but who you know. We are called to witness to the faith, hope and love God has put in your lives. That is not to say that you experiences are the ground of our faith; only the Word of God is. But who you are is impacted by the joyful news of Easter.He is risen!ReadingsIsaiah 25:6-9 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 Luke 24:1-12#worship #easterAll music streamed by permission under one of the following licenses:CCLI license 314128ONE LICENSE, License 738824-AChurch http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show (
7 PM worship at Beautiful Savior Lutheran ChurchApril 15th 2022Good FridayHoly Week 2022The question for tonight” Do you live as if God is Dead? In Life Together Dietrich Bonhoeffer tells how we relate to the Biblical story: We are torn out of our own existence and set down in the midst of the reality of when God was on earth. There God dealt with us, and there He still deals with us, our needs and our sins, in judgment and grace.It is not that God is the spectator of our present life, howsoever important that is; but rather that we are the reverent listeners and participants in God’s action in the sacred story, the history of the Christ on earth. And only in so far as we are there, is God with us today also. (Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together [San Francisco: Harper, 1954], 53-54)Church the show (
7 PM worship at Beautiful Savior Lutheran ChurchApril 14th 2022Maundy ThursdayHoly Week 2022Faith is more than knowing what Jesus did. Faith believes it is for you.The hope is to bring the listener into the story of the Son of Man coming to serve us, quoting passages of John 13 Washing the disciples’ feet is a sign that we are cleansed by Jesus’ service to us (His coming, His passion, His death, His resurrection and going to the Father for us, and His Spirit through Word and sacrament).Maundy Thursday helps us find ourselves, as a community served by Jesus. Here we find that we are to in turn serve others.Church the show (
April 10th 2022Palm Sunday Life Together Series How do you see Jesus this day? Is this a day of celebration? Or is this your King coming to you in your time of need? We have been looking at what Bonhoeffer has been saying about the Christian life, Does Palm Sunday reflect how you live your life? From a reflection on Bonhoeffer’s Life:Bonhoeffer looked to Jesus’ life when he made his decision to return to Germany and stay beyond the point of no return. The way he put it was, if he stayed safely in New York throughout the war and then returned to Germany, he wouldn’t have anything to offer to his companions in the Confessing Church who had suffered through the war. Anything he tried to offer them, as he put it, would be “cheap grace.” It would be hollow comfort from someone who had abandoned them in their time of greatest need. Bonhoeffer looked at how Jesus went all in to save his friends, and he decided that he wanted to be able to offer that kind of “costly grace.”ReadingsJohn 12:12–191 Peter 3:13–22Church http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show (
March 27th 20224th Sunday of LentLife Together Series Anchored in  Christ Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy." - 1 Peter 1:8.This might be easy to say when life is good.But, when difficult times come what keeps you going? Sadly when trials and temptations come, many turn away from God and his promises. We feel alone with no ground to stand on. However, we have a God who knows what it means to feel completely alone. He has gone through the abyss and is there for us even when we want to cry out with Jesus, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”ReadingsLuke 22:66–23:121 Peter 1:6-9#worship All music streamed by permission under one of the following licenses:CCLI license 314128ONE LICENSE, License 738824-AChurch the show (
March 20th 20223rd Sunday of LentLife Together Series “Whoever comes to me I will never drive away” (John 6:37)We have a wonderful message as the church. God has become the Suffering Servant of the world. He has drawn all people to himself. and now we are called to use whatever gifts God has given us to love and serve those around us. Readings Luke 22:66–23:121 Peter 4:7-11Church http://www.beautifulsaviorlutheransch... the show
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