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St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church

920-398-2928
    
65 W. Catherine Street
P. O. Box 345

Markesan, Wisconsin  53946

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Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

Bible Class and Sunday School follow our Sunday service
(September-May)
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Daily Devotion
» Godly Advice for Troubled Times – October 17, 2018
Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – October 17
WELS Together Newsletter:
» COP holds its fall 2018 meeting
» Christian Aid and Relief Oct. 2018 update
» Record attendance at annual OWLS convention
Faith Related Q and A
» What Psalms are sung on Thanksgiving Day? What Bible passages are read in the church on Thanksgiving day?
» What should we understand as "a baptism of repentance" for the remission of sins? Mark 1:4; Luke 3:3. Is repentance worked by baptism? People came "confessing their sins" and then were baptized. Did John's baptism convey the remission of sins? the gift of the Spirit (in light of Acts 19:1-7) Please expound. Thank you.
» Hi, I have some questions: In your site, it is said that the law isn't a means of grace. But I read some Reformed say it is, in the sense that the law is part of the word, and that the law shows us our need of Christ. In that sense, would the Synod agree that the law is a means of grace? Also, I am struggling with a lack of faith. What should I do? Hear and read the word until faith is created in me? And I have to try to keep the law as best as I can meanwhile? Also: the confessional Lutherans say that good works do not contribute to salvation (it's evidence, a consequence of salvation) but, at the same time, say that deliberate sin extinguishes faith. But, since the demands of the law are so hard, isn't not doing good works all the time a sin? Because if I am not helping my neighbor, but doing something for myself, I am not keeping the law intentionally. Thanks.
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