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The narrative of the divinely arranged temptation in the desert of Jesus, God’s Son, should be read in the closest possible connection with the preceding material, especially the baptismal account in 3:13–17. Just as the chapter break between 2:23 and … Continue reading
(From the Catena Aurea) CHRYS., HOM. 13: Whoever thou art then that after thy baptism sufferest grievous trials, be not troubled thereat; for this thou receivedst arms, to fight, not to sit idle. God does not hold all trial from … Continue reading
All of our Christology can be boiled down to this: God is a Man. From the time of His conception in the Virgin’s womb until His resurrection, Our Lord limited His own use of His Divine rights and powers as … Continue reading
Todd A. Peperkorn, STM Messiah Lutheran Church Kenosha, Wisconsin Invocabit Sunday (Lent 1) Genesis 3:1-21, 2 Corinthians 6:1-10, St. Matthew 4:1-11 TITLE: “God’s Devil and Jesus’ Temptation” Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus … Continue reading