1. Adoration of the Lamb
  2. Psalm 98, with its promise of a sea and mountains singing, takes these imposing natural features and turns them into a praise choir.
  3. Caleb is joined by two members of 1517's junior fellowship, John Hoyum and Philip Bartelt, to give a rundown of Lutheran worship.
  4. The worship service is less like servants entering the throne room to wait on the king’s needs and more like a father joining his family around the dining room table.
  5. The relationship between faith and prayer or belief and worship is mutual. Faith produces prayer and prayer expresses faith.
  6. The church’s song goes on and on, singing and ringing down to us today.
  7. This tiny rural church would bulge at the seams with worshipers from realms seen and unseen, all mixed together in the adoration of the Lamb.
  8. We have the Gospel in Word and the Gospel in Sacrament. Both are poised to declare the peace of the Lord, the good news of God’s forgiveness because of the life, vicarious atonement, and resurrection of Jesus the Son.
  9. Mike, Wade, and Greg (Lyon) discuss time and the church year.
  10. Mike and Wade discuss how doctrine and practice shape how churches worship.
  11. “Let no one fear death, for the Death of our Savior has set us free. He has destroyed it by enduring it. He destroyed Hell when He descended into it. He put it into an uproar even as it tasted of His flesh. Christ is Risen, and the tomb is emptied of its dead!” - Chrysostom

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