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Worship Service Sunday April 18

We welcome you to our online worship service today.

You can follow along in the bulletin below.

You will also find the Announcements below.

You can search Edison Lutheran in YouTube to find all the current and past services.

You can even follow us on YouTube.


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2021.4.18 Easter 3 drive-in final
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Go in Peace. Christ is with you.

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2021.4.18 announce pg
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( 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 )

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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Thank you for the reassurance (I think)... A double-edged answer that makes me laugh: "We are so lost that we don't want to hear it..." We're hard to help sometimes! I'm glad God is patient & persistent.

Pastor John
Pastor John
Apr 19, 2021
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You and me both!

And if ever you find yourself questioning what God thinks of you, remember that in your baptism God made you a promise, the same one Jesus received when he was baptized: "You are my child, my chosen beloved, I am pleased with you."


Thank you again for bringing the music & message to us at home. We actually had service inside at Shepherd of the Hills in Concrete (masked & socially distanced) which is possible w/only 15 in the Chapel. While the Gospels were the same the Readings were different and of course the sermons are unique to each Pastor.

I received the message (based on Isaiah) that it is often possible to think we understand when actually we don't;- so I'm confused. If we need to recognize that we need help in order to ask God for his assistance, how can we ask when we don't know that we are lost? Does God also let us know when we are lost …

Pastor John
Pastor John
Apr 19, 2021
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Yes, God lets us know when we are lost. In fact, Isaiah was called by God to do exactly that: to keep proclaiming their lostness until it was undeniable. The problem is that we are so lost that we don't want to hear it, and so we close our ears against God's word of judgement to us, or find ways of evading it. But God is more patient and more persistent than we are, incessantly speaking so that the "keep listening, but do not comprehend" of Isaiah 6:9 can give way to the "comfort, o comfort my people" of Isaiah 40:1.

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