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The message at St. John’s is simple: We preach Christ and Him crucified. In every Divine Service, Christ is with us, offering grace and forgiveness where He promises they’ll be: in His Word and in His Sacraments.

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‘What if God was one of us?’ He was. He is. What the Transfiguration means for you is almost unfathomable. It means that God doesn’t plug His nose to see a dirty, rotten sinner like you walk by—He makes common cause with you in the misery of your sin. It means that all the sufferings of this life that Jesus knows He knows not only as Man, but even as God. Even more than that, it means that God has stooped to do what no man can do. It means that in Christ God has subjected Himself to the Law that is your curse.

                  Pastor Bruss from The Transfiguration of Our Lord

For if salvation by grace and not monkish works; if living according to the 10 Commandments and not in celibacy; if the fact that marriage is God’s first gift to mankind—if all that isn’t enough to show God’s delight in marriage, then here at Cana you have it plain as day.

                  Pastor Bruss from Second Sunday After Epiphany

Baptism as symbolic? Hogwash. Baptism as an act of obedience? Ridiculous. Baptism as a meaningless religious ritual? Fooey! To Hell with all of those conclusions! Jesus sanctifies the water.