The Lutheran Hour

The Lutheran Hour

The Lutheran Hour was first broadcast Oct. 2, 1930 and continues on the air today, making it the world’s oldest continually broadcast Christ-centered radio program.

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May 21, 2022 28 min
Dr. Michael Zeigler outlines five principles to help us better hear what Scripture is saying.
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To make sense of a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, one needs to know "the big picture." The Bible is like that, too.
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May 7, 2022 28 min
The Bible is like an encyclopedia, a love letter, a self-help book, and a Good News article--but these comparisons all fall short.
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April 30, 2022 28 min
Competence, Conversation, and Caring-the three C's of Christian witness.
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April 23, 2022 28 min
You can doubt every doubt you've ever had about God's love for you in Christ Jesus.
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April 16, 2022 28 min
How did Christianity become the dominant faith of Western civilization? It's partly arithmetic, but mostly, it isn't.
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April 9, 2022 28 min
Dr. Michael Zeigler talks about people drawing the cross and how the cross is drawing people.
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April 2, 2022 28 min
A costly and extravagant meal prepared by a master chef symbolizes the meal Christ serves to His people, the Church.
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March 26, 2022 28 min
Why Easter is a story of redemption and not revenge.
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March 19, 2022 28 min
Being very bad can get one lost, but so can being very good.
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March 12, 2022 28 min
Why did God allow evil? The Bible doesn't answer that question. The question it does answer is, "In spite of evil, what will God do?"
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March 5, 2022 28 min
The Bible is not a Magic 8-ball; it's a portal into a new world.
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February 26, 2022 28 min
Dr. Michael Zeigler recounts the life of Eric Liddell, the Olympic champion who ran with perseverance a much different race as a Christian missionary in China.
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February 19, 2022 28 min
Law and Gospel are the two reins of Jesus' teaching that express His care for who we are now and His conviction about the people we will become.
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February 12, 2022 28 min
Jesus said those who are poor in spirit are blessed. Pastor Roland Syens says poverty is not a problem in God's economy.
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Dr. Michael Zeigler says the Jewish practice of observing the Sabbath is sort of like being in a long-distance relationship.
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January 29, 2022 28 min
The story of a pastor who preached Christ's forgiveness to a congregation of criminals.
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January 22, 2022 28 min
Words have power to catch the listener, the power of Jesus' words and story, even more so.
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January 15, 2022 28 min
God is against our pride because He wants to give Himself to us.
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January 8, 2022 28 min
How does one deal with rejection? Push through it? Rise above it? Or start over?
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