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Worship Service Sunday February 7th

Updated: Feb 7, 2021

We welcome you to our online worship service today.

Below you will find a link to the recording of our drive-up service.

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.


NEW**We are still working to livestream our service. We will have more information shortly.


WORSHIP SERVICE


bulletin for drive in service

2.7.2021 Epiphany 5 final
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Go in Peace. Christ is with you.



Announcements


2021.2.7 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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Pastor John
Pastor John
Feb 08, 2021

Janis - that's a good question! Many people in that part of the world at that time were multi-lingual. Because Alexander the Great had conquered everything from Greece to Persia a few centuries earlier, Greek was the default language for any sort of international dealings or trade, which is why the books of the New Testament are written in Greek. So anyone who had dealings with people from other places would know at least some Greek in addition to their native language, and quite possibly others. Paul definitely spoke Greek and Aramaic (the language spoken in Judea). He very likely could at least read Hebrew, and I would guess he knew at least some Latin (the language of Rom…


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Thank you again for the message & for the music, the hymns & the prelude & postlude. I think the message is so true for whatever we wish to share;- if we try to identify with those we approach, they are much more likely to welcome what we bring & trust us. My question is this: Did Paul speak different languages? Did he & all the apostles receive 'the gift of tongues' at the Ascension and therefore were enabled to identify with their neighbors?

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