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April 19th Service - Second Sunday of Easter

We welcome you to our online worship service today for the 2nd Sunday of Easter. Below, you will find videos and resources which follow the general shape of our normal Sunday mornings together. Below each video is the YouTube link, videos are also now public so you can search Edison Lutheran in YouTube. We have also created Playlists that have all the parts of each weeks services in them.


There is a link to our 2020 scholarship application on our home page.


FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL


WORSHIP SERVICE

GATHERING


Prayer of Confession

Let us confess our sin in the presence of God and of one another.


Scripture Readings

(Clicking on the reading in grey will take you to the reading link)


FIRST READING:


PSALM: Psalm 16


SECOND READING:


Holy Gospel:


CHOIR

Enjoy listening to the National Lutheran Choir sing " Alleluia! Christ is Arisen "


 

SERMON


(( Sermon Reflection - click HERE for a work sheet that you can use to help reflect on the sermon. Also feel free to reflect on the sermon in the comment section. The comment section can help us stay connected through this time ))


HYMN OF THE DAY


 

CLOSING


APOSTLES' CREED


LORD'S PRAYER

Gathered into one by the Holy Spirit, let us pray as Jesus taught us.


SENDING HYMN


Go in Peace. Christ is with you.



And please comment below for any reflections or sharing of peace. If you have trouble leaving comments, please email the church. Please contact us to let us know what was good and helpful, and what could be improved.

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Pastor John
Pastor John
20 abr 2020

That's a great question!


This is how I think of forgiving and retaining sins. The words in Greek there could also be translated as "release" and "hold on to," and so I like to think about sin as a heavy weight which has been tied to a person. When disciples of Jesus, such as you and I, become aware of this heavy weight that someone is carrying, we can cut the ropes and "release" them, or we can refrain from cutting the ropes so that the weight continues to "hold on to" the person. Now, if we don't cut the ropes when we have the opportunity but rather do nothing or even pull the knots tighter, that person is l…


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Again, being isolated in a community some distant from Edison's, I appreciate your reaching out to shepherd us all, and that certainly is a positive outcome of our current situation! The message I received today is that real living involves belief and belief is an awareness of light, truth, & love. Acting on that belief, we are given the power to let go of fear and avoid the temptations associated with being selfish & self-absorbed.

The part that concerns me is that Jesus not only gave the power to forgive, to his apostles, but he also gave them the power to retain the sin of others. Does this mean that Jesus sees that some people will never be repentant o…

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