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608 Highland Dr
PO Box C

Winthrop, MN  55396

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Zion Lutheran Church
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Zion Ev. Lutheran Church (WELS)
608 Highland Drive,
PO Box C
Winthrop, MN 55396
This is the Word of the Lord

This is the Word of the Lord...
May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ,
and the love of God, and the fellowship
of the Holy Spirit be with you all.

                             2 Corinthians 13:14

 

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Zion Ev. Lutheran Church is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. For more information about WELS, please visit the wels.net website.
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Faith Related Q and A

» How should I react to someone saying, "Good luck," to me? I don't believe in luck. I feel God is in control of everything, and chance doesn't fit into the equation.
» I'm assured that my salvation and place in heaven comes by the grace of God alone, through faith alone, through Christ's blood alone, and that I can offer nothing to God that will impact my salvation in the tiniest bit. That said, I'm curious as to how other Scripture such as the parable of the talents, and Matthew 6:19-20 fit into that. Put another way, if two people both have saving faith and have their place in heaven secured, are the rewards in heaven different for each of them depending on the fruits of the Spirit each has borne in their period of grace? When Jesus says to store "treasures in heaven," Jesus is so infinitely precise with his Word that He can't be merely saying secure your place in heaven, right? Or is He? He also said, "Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last," implying it is possible to be "first" or high up in heaven. I very much understand that to be last in heaven is still infinitely better than being first on earth, but I'd like to know more since Jesus spoke several times regarding apparent difference of rewards in heaven. I am guessing this is an enormous topic, so if you can point me to a good resource or Bible study, please do so. Thank you for all of your work for the Kingdom!
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WELS Together Newsletter:
» COP addresses major topics at its fall meeting
» OWLS mining for Jesus at annual convention
» Equipping Christian Witnesses effort underway
» Commission on Inter-Church Relations holds its fall meeting
» Celebrating the blessings of WELS youth ministry
» WELS CEF special rates coming to an end
» Ministerial education school enrollments
» Lutheran Leadership Conference to kick off 2020
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