This series of sermons by Gerhard Forde has been kindly submitted by Lutheran Quarterly journal. To learn more about the Forde legacy, visit them at lutheranquarterly.com
It’s God’s power that we are dealing with here that is made perfect in weakness, not ours. God’s power is made perfect in the weakness...
We worry about the fact our days are as grass – so we try to scratch out a place for ourselves, to make a permanent...
God has found a way to be God even for the likes of us. He has found a way to save sinners.
You can die now, you can let go, and because that is true, you can begin to live!
Only in Christ has God taken upon himself the worst that could ever happen between God and man: he has allowed himself to be rejected.
A Sermon on Psalm 130:3–6.