The King Betrayed

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This Week’s Proclaimer

Our midweek Lenten journey continues with this message by Pastor Enwood Nevile of St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Otisville, MI.

Message Overview

Some sins have been traditionally considered “hot”—sins like rage and outbursts of anger, such as Peter cutting off the ear of the high priest’s servant. Others have been traditionally considered “cold” sins. They’re the more calculating ones, such as Judas’s planned betrayal of Jesus. Our sinful nature manifests both kinds of sins, and we admit many varieties of betrayal. But whatever their classification, Jesus, God’s royal Son, came to bear them all to death and triumph over them in the resurrection.

Sermon Recording

Lent Midweek at Trinity

Plan to spend your Wednesday evenings during Lent at Trinity Lutheran Church of Davison. Our delicious Lenten dinner is served from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the Trinity Room followed by meaningful worship in Trinity’s beautiful sanctuary beginning at 7:00 p.m. Each midweek service includes a message by a local pastor from one of our local congregations of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LC-MS). The full schedule of themes and speakers can be found on our 2019 Lenten Midweek page.

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