Trinity Lutheran Sheboygan

Trinity Lutheran Sheboygan

Trinity Lutheran Church, School and Child Care have been "Making Known the Love of Christ" in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and throughout the world since 1853 as a congregation gathering around God's Word and Sacraments to receive forgiveness and life everlasting. Trinity is located in downtown Sheboygan, only one block from the Mead Public Library and the Weill Center for the Performing Arts. We invite you to visit us in person! Trinity Lutheran Sheboygan is a proud member of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Visit their website: https://www.lcms.org/

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December 7, 2022 16 min
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Trinity Lutheran Church, School and Child Care have been "Making Known the Love of Christ" in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and throughout the world since 1853 as a congregation gathering around God's Word and Sacraments to receive forgiveness and life everlasting. Trinity is located in downtown Sheboygan, only one block from the Mead Public Library and the Weill Center for the Performing Arts. We invite you...

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The Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) is a public safety notification system that enables authorized agencies to send text-like messages to consumers with capable wireless devices to alert them of emergencies in their area.  If you hear the alert of a tornado in your area, for example, it’s not too late to take cover.  Today, we hear an emergency alert from John the Baptist to repent of our sins and to receive the goodness of God in C...

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December 1, 2022 16 min

“John the Baptist came preaching in the wilderness of Judea, ‘Repent’” (Matt. 3:1–2). His preaching of repentance for the forgiveness of sins prepared people for the coming of Christ into the world. St. John’s work was historically complete with the incarnate advent of Jesus, but his vital ministry continues in preaching Law and Gospel.

The Son of God has come in the flesh, “a shoot from the stump of Jesse, and a branch from his ro...

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November 30, 2022 15 min
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Trinity Lutheran Church, School and Child Care have been "Making Known the Love of Christ" in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and throughout the world since 1853 as a congregation gathering around God's Word and Sacraments to receive forgiveness and life everlasting. Trinity is located in downtown Sheboygan, only one block from the Mead Public Library and the Weill Center for the Performing Arts. We invite you...

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November 29, 2022 19 min
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Trinity Lutheran Church, School and Child Care have been "Making Known the Love of Christ" in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and throughout the world since 1853 as a congregation gathering around God's Word and Sacraments to receive forgiveness and life everlasting. Trinity is located in downtown Sheboygan, only one block from the Mead Public Library and the Weill Center for the Performing Arts. We invite you...

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November 27, 2022 16 min

We do not know when, but Scripture tells us that Jesus is coming. That is what Advent means, coming. It was prophesied from Genesis 3 that Jesus would come and be born of a woman and crush the head of the serpent. The observance of Christmas and the Cross remind us of that He kept that promise. But as time goes on, people doubt His second coming on Judgment Day and some fall asleep. The Word enlivens us to stay awake in the faith a...

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Trinity Lutheran Church, School and Child Care have been "Making Known the Love of Christ" in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and throughout the world since 1853 as a congregation gathering around God's Word and Sacraments to receive forgiveness and life everlasting. Trinity is located in downtown Sheboygan, only one block from the Mead Public Library and the Weill Center for the Performing Arts. We invite you...

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November 23, 2022 12 min

The Lord Jesus enters Jerusalem “humble, and mounted on a donkey,” riding on “a beast of burden” (Matt. 21:5), as He Himself bears the sins of the world in His body. Now He comes by the ministry of the Gospel to save us from sin, death, the devil and hell. Therefore, we sing, “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” (Matt. 21:9). 

For we are called “to the mountain of the LORD, to the house of the God of Jacob,” His Holy C...

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November 20, 2022 17 min

Today you will be with me in paradise.” Why is that the promise given us on this Sunday, the last Sunday of the Church’s year? Why this gospel on this day? That promise is the hinge between the ending of this liturgical year and the beginning of the next. It stands between the crucifixion and the nativity, the falling of the temple from last week’s gospel and the return of Christ in next week’s gospel. Ultimately, though it is the ...

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November 18, 2022 15 min

The prophet addresses the complaint and temptation of many Christians: “What point is there in being faithful to the Lord? We suffer, but the arrogant and proud unbelievers prosper!” Let us renounce all such thoughts. Though we may suffer in this life as Christ’s faithful Christians, there will be a day in which we who have hoped in Christ will be vindicated. Christ’s suffering is the source of an eternal life with God in Christ. S...

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November 13, 2022 21 min

The late singer songwriter John Denver wrote in one of his songs, “Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy, sunshine in my eyes can make me cry.” The prophet Malachi also wrote about the sun, but the sun he wrote about was and is the sun of righteousness, a reference to the Christ and His coming at the end of time. When He comes, He “shall rise on the arrogant and the evildoers” and “make them cry,” “for they shall be set ablaze.” ...

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November 10, 2022 17 min

 There are signs of the Lord’s coming all around: the cross that marks His Church, the violence and death of the sinful world, and the shaking of the natural order. “There will be great distress upon the earth” (Luke 21:23), but the faithful know that “the kingdom of God is near” (Luke 21:31). Therefore, “straighten up and raise your heads, because your redemption is drawing near” (Luke 21:28). 

Be awake and alert, and heed the word...

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November 6, 2022 17 min

All Saints Day is good not only for us to rejoice with those who are in heaven, but to comfort us who mourn. Our All Saints celebration is a day to re-orient our hearts and minds on things above with all the heavenly host who are with Jesus for all eternity. All Saints Day sets our faith compass back to true north. 

All Saints Day sets our minds on things above, on things that last beyond this world and life. And that blessedness is...

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November 3, 2022 13 min

 “A great multitude … from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages,” cry out, “Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne” (Rev. 7:9–17). Faith-filled saints from every place and time, with unified voices, eternally magnify the Lamb of God. As His beloved children, we, too, “shall see him as he is” (1 John 3:1–3). 

Joined with the throng of angels and a myriad of saints, we shall “serve him day and night in ...

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October 30, 2022 26 min

“He said with a loud voice, ‘Fear God and give him glory, because the hour of his judgment has come.’” “The hour of His judgment has come,” that’s the Gospel? That’s good news? It sounds more like the bad news of cancel culture. Here’s the difference. The eternal Gospel to proclaim is that the judgment of God that we deserve has already been taken by Jesus in His death on the cross.

 It’s all on Him! He received the death penalty fo...

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“Wisdom is justified by her deeds” (Matt. 11:19), and the true Wisdom of God, Christ Jesus, the incarnate Son, justifies us by His deeds. He prepares His way by the preaching of repentance, but He has suffered the violence of the Law and voluntarily handed Himself over to violent men, that we might eat and drink with Him in His kingdom and “remain in the house forever” (John 8:35). For He is “a friend of tax collectors and sinners”...

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October 23, 2022 18 min

We are not here today as Cain was or as the Pharisee was saying, “God, thank you I’m not like other sinners.”  No, we’re here as the tax collector, “God, make atonement for my sins.”  “God, take my sins away.” And God does.  We are murderers.  And that’s exactly who God’s grace is for.  Bring all your jealousy and hatred and contempt - murder to the One who put it all to death on the cross.  

And exchange all that sin for His good a...

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October 20, 2022 12 min

Jesus tells a parable “to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous” (Luke 18:9).  In this parable the Pharisee unjustly boasted before God on the basis of his own merits, whereas the tax collector intently prayed, “God, be merciful to me, a sinner!” (Luke 18:13). That poor miserable sinner trusted Christ, and he went “down to his house justified, rather than the other” (Luke 18:14). 

So do little children, “even infan...

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October 16, 2022 17 min

Lady Justice holding the Scales of Justice is one of the most recognizable symbols in the legal system. The statue of Lady Justice holding the Scales of Justice demonstrates an aura of fairness, opportunity, and justice. The characterization of Lady Justice that most are familiar with has three distinct features: a blindfold, the scales of justice, and a sword. The blindfold over Lady Justice’s eyes represents the notion of imparti...

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October 13, 2022 13 min

 “Left alone,” Jacob wrestled through the night with the Lord, “until the breaking of the day” (Gen. 32:24). Though “Jacob’s hip was put out of joint as he wrestled with him” (Gen. 32:25), he would not let go until the Lord blessed him. At times, we, too, strive with God; He strives with us and blesses us by grace. So Jesus teaches us “always to pray and not lose heart” (Luke 18:1). 

Jesus speaks of “a judge who neither feared God n...

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