September 4, 2018

Luke 4:31-37

Jesus travels to Capernaum, where he teaches in the synagogue on the Sabbath. He speaks as God’s authoritative representative and demonstrates power over evil. Though the people are astonished and amazed by what they hear and see, this is by no means evidence of their faith.

I pray that the impact you have on me by your word and sacrament will never diminish. I pray, rather, that it will increase and overflow.

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