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August 7 – Pentecost IX (Proper 14) – Surprise pregnancy and terminal

diagnosis can inflict real anxiety about material necessities. But abortion and

assisted suicide will only leave its victims lacking even more. Our Heavenly

Father, on the other hand, gets giddy to furnish sufferers with not just what we

need but all the assets, land, and families He has (Luke 12:31-32). Death, even

when we wield it, leaves us empty, but faith never fails to fill hands and hearts.

: Psalm 125 – Praying for Mercy There is a persistence in our prayers to God. The psalmist proclaims that we continue lifting up our eyes to Him as a servant to their master “until He has mercy on us.” We pray, and pray, and pray, until we receive the mercy of God. Sometimes this comes quickly. Sometimes it takes a while. Sometimes, as with the prayer: “Let your servant depart in peace” we must wait till the Lord calls us from this veil of sorrows to Himself in glory . But the promise of God is that He will always have mercy upon us, we overflow with it. We know this because we’ve seen in with the sending of His Son, and we’ve received it in the hearing of the Word, and the blessings of the Absolution, Baptism, and Altar. Lord, thank You for giving me Your mercy without

end. Amen.

Today: Pottawatomie County Fair, parade at 1:00 p.m.

Wednesday, August 10: Sunday School Staff meeting in the church

basement at 7:00 p.m. It is time to order materials for the Fall quarter of Sunday

School which begins on Sunday, September 11th.

Organists: Elders:

Chairman: Bruce Abitz
Altar duty for August: Brenda Schlegel

Pam Steinmeyer and Gloria Falk Lee Steinmeyer and Tom Kasten

Monday, August 15, 2022, Wheaton Area Senior Citizens, at 6:30 p.m, at

Wheaton Center. Special guest speakers: Natha and Pat Burns on the subject of “Save

Vice Chairman:

Alan Fischer

the Courthouse”” Potluck meal.

August 6 and 7, 2022

Church Cleaning Schedule:

August 13 and 14: Lynn Krohn and Mark Krohn August 20 and 21: Cindy Pedersen and Scott Kufahl August 27 and 28: Ardell Kufahl and Robin Kufahl

September 3 and 4: Loring Kufahl and Andy Herrman

The Lutheran Hour WIBW 580 am 7:30 a.m., Sunday Morning

The Lutheran Hour radio schedule “Bringing Christ to the Nations...”
August 7 "These Are Not Our Kind of People" Guest Speaker: Dr. Oswald Hoffmann Prejudice says, "These are not our kind of people." Charity says, "These are all people for

Sunday, July 30: 10 Sunday, July 31: 46

We continue to pray for those unable to worship with us who are residing in a care facility: Onaga Health and Rehab: Reneta Fischer Eastridge (Centralia): Max and Janice Loughmiller Via Christi Village, Manhattan: Milton Henneberg

Sunday School and Staff August birthdays: Marie Spevacek, Koy Nelson, Hayden Matzke, Jenny Donnelly, Michael Wayne Henneberg, Donn Kufahl Spevacek and Payton Rice Cradle Roll: Brecklyn Marie Boswell

A big thank you to everyone who attended and planned the 125th anniversary celebration. The committee went above and beyond to plan and follow through for the day’s events.

Items for sale: Church member Directory. (members get free copy) Three different Christmas ornaments, LWML cookbook... All may be purchased following worship service. Purchased items are $10.00 each.

For Directory, contact Karen and Joe Harder, Ornaments Ruth Kasten and/or Barb Depew and for the LWML cookbook, Ireta Schwant, Jan Kufahl, Deb Stelter, Ann Abitz, Linda Falk, or Brenda Schlegel

Lutheran Witness sign-up sheet is in the Narthex Cost $18.00 payable to St. Luke.

Pastor continues to be at Trinity, McFarland on Thursdays. If needed call his cell #412-334-4280 or Trinity at 785 765 3755

whom Christ died."

(Matthew 5:43-48)

August 14 "Everything Is So Expensive"

Guest Speaker: Dr. Oswald Hoffmann

Everything is so expensive-but do we really need everything? (Luke 12:15)

August 21 "Facing the Worst"

Guest Speaker: Dr. Oswald Hoffmann
Are you prepared to face the worst, as one day we all must? Live without fear through faith in Christ. (John 11:25-26)